Africa: Is Business Trumping Peace Efforts in Libya?
A few weeks ahead of the crucial 5th African Union (AU)-European Union (EU) summit in Abidjan at the end of November, most officials on both sides are aware of the many potentially… Read more »
Africa: Libyans Hold Their Breath for Another Peace Deal
Last week's ceasefire agreement between two powerful and bitter rivals - the hard-headed maverick General Khalifa Haftar and Fayez al-Sarraj - has once again raised the hopes of… Read more »
Africa: The Continuing Threat of Terrorism in Africa
The fluctuations in successfully addressing this issue were particularly apparent in Libya. The Islamic State (ISIS) seized control of Sirte in May 2015, incorporating the coastal… Read more »
August 29, 2016
Libya: New Hope for Libya Through AU-Led National Dialogue?
The African Union (AU) plans to initiate a national dialogue on reconciliation among Libyan stakeholders in an effort to address the security crisis that erupted in 2011. This was… 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 »
March 04, 2016
Africa: What Happens in Libya Won't Stay in Libya
The trajectory of instability and terrorism in Libya will determine the future of North Africa and could affect the entire Mediterranean rim; possibly for decades. Time is running… Read more »
February 03, 2016
Africa: Should African Leaders Reconsider Drone Strikes?
Drone strikes (or unmanned aerial vehicle strikes) have attracted significant media attention for their roles in the American-led invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as in… Read more »
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