Why Conflict in Africa Is Falling
While endless conflict is one of the most enduring stereotypes associated with Africa, statistics prove otherwise, writes Scott Strauss for African Arguments.
An M23 rebel soldier.
allAfrica.com, 27 January 2013
When former South African President Thabo Mbeki brought back the notion of an African Renaissance to African political circles in the late 1990s, the continent was at a different ... read more »
Fahamu, 24 January 2013
The crisis in Mali has once again revealed that African unity is the only means to build the economic, political and military institutions needed to solve problems on the continent ... read more »
News of Rwanda, 23 January 2013
Rwanda's President Paul Kagame has told a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum that to change Africa's perception globally as a trouble hotspot, its story "must" start to ... read more »
Institute of Development Studies, 23 January 2013
The eastern Kivu provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are home to one of the largest peacekeeping forces in the world. read more »
Chatham House, 22 January 2013
While the devastating impacts of last week's hostage crisis in Algeria continue to be assessed, the main focus of the British and other western governments will be on combatting ... read more »
Angola Press Agency, 21 January 2013
The chairperson of the African Union Commission (AUC), Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, (Monday) in Addis Ababa, regretted the resurgence of new conflicts in Africa, at a time that most ... read more »
Ongoing conflict in eastern Congo can best be resolved by African leaders, without outside interference, Rwanda's Foreign Minister Louise Mushikiwabo said in an AllAfrica interview ... Read more »