Rethinking Africa's Stance On Counter-Terrorism

Can the predominant approach by affected countries, anchored by the use of force, deliver a lasting solution to conflict? The answer is no, writes Akinola Olojo, Senior Researcher at the Institute for Security Studies.

A young Somali girl runs in front of an African Union Mission in Somali (AMISOM) armed personnel carrier, Lido Beach in the Kaaraan District of Mogadishu, Somalia (file photo).

  • Ghana:   GIS to Have Counter-Terrorism Unit

    Ghanaian Times, 9 September 2019

    Sixty officers of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) are today beginning three weeks of counter-terrorism training at Huhunya in the Eastern Region, as part of a national… Read more »


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