Winners and Losers After Arab Spring

Surveys in Egypt, Libya and Tunisia show variations in who’s empowered or sidelined
Lindsay J. Benstead, Ellen M. Lust, Dhafer Malouche, Gamal Soltan, Jakob Wichmann
August 27, 2013

Egypt Highlights Race Between Trade and Terror

Trade pacts like EUROMED could curtail extremists taking advantage of Mideast power vacuums
Humphrey Hawksley
August 15, 2013

China and the US Court Africa

Africa’s rich resources, especially energy, are target for world’s leading economies
Raluca Besliu
August 1, 2013

Why Egypt Matters

Egyptian protesters define new path for democracy, demanding rapid accountability and reforms
Sallama Shaker
July 25, 2013

The Promise of Africa

Young, vibrant African leadership rises despite many challenges
Ian Shapiro
May 23, 2013

An Interview with John Dramani Mahama

One advantage Ghana has in all this is that we have a free society
John Dramani Mahama
February 18, 2013

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North-South Divide in Nigeria Is Hiding a Humanitarian Crisis

The country has more than 2 million people internally displaced
Emmanuel Akinwotu
September 21, 2016

Africa’s Economic Potential Hit Hard by Gender Inequality

Lack of opportunities for girls and women holds Africa back from higher GDP
Amy Copley
September 12, 2016

Rising Sino-Japanese Competition in Africa

New pledge from Japan is symbol of Asian economic diplomacy
Yun Sun
September 8, 2016

Scramble in the Horn

Long-running conflicts in the region threaten stability
James Jeffrey
August 24, 2016

Will South Africa Split Apart?

The grip on power by the African National Congress is slipping
David Adler
August 8, 2016

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