WTO Hands a Critical Victory to African Farmers

Even if US resists call to end subsidies, trade body's ruling encourages poor nations
Gayle E. Smith, Susan E. Rice
May 21, 2004

Kenya: Globalizing with Flowers

The country still has long way to go to integrate more profitably with the world
Jean-Pierre Lehmann
April 9, 2004

No More Rwandas

The US should follow Europe's lead and help the African Union create a rapid reaction force
Michael E. O'Hanlon
April 2, 2004


South Africa: Xenophobia in South Africa - a Lack of Visionary Leadership

Hatred follows migration fueled by conflict, corruption, poverty and climate change
Ozias Tungwarara
April 17, 2015

Mozambique Will Be Stripped of Its Forests “in Just a Few Years”

Corruption and poverty threaten Africa’s hardwood forests
Andrea Dijkstra
April 8, 2015

Nigeria: Buhari’s Victory in Nigerian Election Has Global Significance

Africa’s most populous country, biggest oil exporter, is troubled by terrorism and corruption
Richard Joseph
April 1, 2015

Does Destroying Ivory Really Save Elephants?

Poaching in Africa continues to spread
Mwangi Kimenyi
March 26, 2015

The German Road: Congo Project Shows Pitfalls of Development Aid

Government fails to keep up with security and maintenance
Samiha Shafy
March 25, 2015