August 20

August 19

  • South Sudan: Who's Keeping the War Going?


    With as many as 1.5 million people displaced by conflict and a worsening humanitarian situation, South Sudan's former Vice President Riek Machar has turned down President Salva... Read more »

  • Africa: U.S. Summit a 'Clear Success' - Johnnie Carson [guest column]


    Although it will be months before we know whether all the business, security and political commitments that were made at this month's U.S.-Africa Summit are fulfilled, it was by... Read more »

  • South Africa: Striking Generations Stars Fired


    The South African Broadcasting Corporation and Generations production company have announced a shock move after the cast decided to continue their strike action. Read more »

August 18

  • Ghana: Democracy Is Producing Prosperity - President Mahama [interview]


    John Dramani Mahama, one of the leaders taking part in the U.S.-Africa Summit earlier this month, became president of Ghana in July 2012 following the sudden death of John Atta... Read more »

  • Liberia: Ebola Hits the Family – But Won't Stop Us from Helping [Blog]


    The Liberia Ebola Stories That Don't Get Told Read more »

August 12

  • Africa: Why Are We So Poor? Yet We Are So Rich? [guest column]


    Briggs Bomba calls for domestic resources to be mobilized to bring about inclusive development in Africa, in particular by stopping the illicit flow of money out of the continent. Read more »

August 08

August 07

August 06

August 05

August 04

  • Africa: Broadening Mozambique's Governance Horizons [guest column]


    Good governance, accountability and inclusive development have been recurrent themes in contemporary international relations and development discourse. Nevertheless, scant... Read more »

August 03

August 01

July 31

July 30

July 29

  • Africa: Why Obama Launched Mandela Fellows to Lift Africa [interview]


    When President Obama told young African leaders on Monday that their fellowship program was being renamed to honor Nelson Mandela, it was an emotional moment for Richard Stengel,... Read more »

  • Africa: At the African Leaders Summit, Don't Miss the Stories [guest column]


    I have been working in Africa for decades – and they have been eventful ones. Read more »

July 26

July 25

  • Africa: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back?


    While a number of African countries have recently made some progress in improving the quality of life of their people, nearly as many are backsliding, according to the latest... Read more »

July 24

July 23

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