November 30, 2017
Central African Republic: The World's Most Dangerous Peacekeeping Mission?
Batangafo is a small, nondescript town of about 20 000 people in north-west Central African Republic (CAR). It's only a few hundred kilometres away from the capital Bangui, but the… Read more »
October 23, 2017
Central African Republic: Challenges Ahead for AU in Ending CAR Conflict
An upsurge of violence and organised crime in the Central African Republic (CAR) has dealt a serious blow to the international community's post-conflict reconstruction efforts in… Read more »
April 13, 2017
Africa: Can South Africa Risk Going Back Into CAR?
On an official visit to South Africa last week, Central African Republic (CAR) President Faustin-Archange Touadéra promised his counterpart Jacob Zuma that his country would… Read more »
August 12, 2016
Central African Republic: Peacebuilding - How the AU Can Be More Effective
In February, Faustin-Archange Touadéra was elected president of the Central African Republic (CAR), ending a three-year-long transition in the country. This has given CAR a… Read more »
April 29, 2016
Africa: Beyond the ICC - How International Criminal Justice Can Thrive
The international criminal justice system has been developing at an exponential rate; and Africa remains a wellspring of such developments. At the International Criminal Court… Read more »
March 30, 2016
South Africa: Zuma Diplomacy Promotes His Business Interests - Claim
It's long been suspected that the domestic ‘state capture' under the Zuma administration, which is so much in the news currently, also applies very much to South Africa's… Read more »
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