Sudan: Can Sudan Manage Economic Discontent Amid Volatile Geopolitics?
Facing an economic crisis at home, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has avoided picking sides in the spat between Gulf powers. But friction with Egypt and divisions in the Gulf… Read more »
October 25, 2017
Cameroon: Far North - Reconstruction Amid On-Going Conflict
The fight against Boko Haram in Cameroon's Far North, the country's poorest region, has exacerbated the already-delicate economic situation and placed under strain traditional… Read more »
September 08, 2017
Chad: In Backing Chad, the West Faces Moral Hazards
The West sees Chad as a reliable ally in the fight against extremists in the African Sahel. But it needs to take more care. Chad is breaking prior agreements by spending much of… Read more »
July 10, 2017
South Sudan: China's Foreign Policy Experiment in South Sudan
China, traditionally cautious about intervening in other countries, is playing the unprecedented role of peacebuilder in South Sudan. This experience could serve as a trial run for… Read more »
June 20, 2016
South Sudan: Juba, Kampala Reach Out to Khartoum
When South Sudanese leaders travelled to Khartoum in early June, pragmatically declaring their intent to "normalise relations" with their northern neighbors, it was a tentative… Read more »
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