West Africa: 'We Lose Entire Communities in the Blink of an Eye and People Do Not Seem to Look'
The crisis in Lake Chad Basin is one of the most desperate, and neglected, in the world. Read more »
Chad: The Habré Trial - the Future for African Justice?
The trial of Chad's former president is finally over, but its significance for Africa may have just begun. Read more »
May 31, 2016
Chad: 'The President Is Not an Untouchable God'
Whether or not the template can be replicated, the symbolism of Chadian lawyers representing Chadian victims on African soil in this historic case will live on Read more »
April 27, 2016
West Africa: Boko Haram, Islamic State, and Underlying Concerns for the Region
Last year, Boko Haram pledged allegiance to the Islamic State. What's come of it? Read more »
March 24, 2016
Chad: Could Idriss Deby Face a Shock in Elections?
The anger and scale of protests in February were unprecedented. Could this have an effect on the 10 April polls? Read more »
January 05, 2016
Nigeria: Boko Haram Not 'Defeated' but Buhari Strategy Is Working
Boko Haram may be on the back foot compared to a year ago, but the group has adapted and bounced back before. It will do so again given the chance. Read more »
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