May 27

  • Africa: Who Will Lead the AfDB? [analysis]

    The African Development Bank (AfDB) has become a key institution in the drive towards greater African economic development. It does this through financing, and also works with the... Read more »



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  • Africa: How Much Progress to African Unity? [analysis]

    Plans for a united, integrated African continent are often so lost in official rhetoric, or buried in documents and decisions, that it is difficult to believe any progress is being... Read more »



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May 15

  • South Africa: Institutions in Crisis, Continued [analysis]

    As South African President Jacob Zuma took yet another trip to Russia, the country's institutions continued operating in a state of grave uncertainty. Not that Zuma seems the... Read more »



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  • Libya: All Eyes On the Libyan Crisis [analysis]

    Libya is fast becoming a failed state. The country continues to suffer at the hands of the scores of militias and armed groups that control the different cities. It has also become... Read more »



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  • South Africa: The Young and the Violent [analysis]

    So, when all the foreigners have left South Africa and all the colonial statues have been removed, who will the youth turn to next to direct their frustrations? Read more »



May 07

  • Africa: Securing Africa's Blue Economy [press release]

    The Institute for Security Studies (ISS) partnered with UK policy forum Wilton Park to host a high-level event in South Africa on implementing Africa's maritime security... Read more »



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April 21

  • South Africa: ISS Annual Review Wins Prism Award [press release]

    The Institute for Security Studies (ISS) Annual Review won in the publications category at the 2015 PRISM Awards on 19 April. The awards recognise excellence and innovation in... Read more »

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