Libya: When Bombs Fall and Allies Fall Apart

The no-fly zone over Libya divides many, from the Arab League to the UN
Dilip Hiro
March 21, 2011

Westward Ho: Asians March Into Africa – Part II

China, India and Brazil target Mozambique for energy and strategic reasons
Loro Horta
March 18, 2011

Westward Ho: Asians March Into Africa – Part I

To fuel its own growth, China emerges as Africa’s major trade partner
Johan Lagerkvist
March 16, 2011

The World’s Responsibility to Protect Libyans

The international community ignores its blueprint for halting atrocities in Libya
Ramesh Thakur
March 14, 2011

Religion May Not Dominate Post-Revolutionary Middle East

Indonesia, after protests and political reforms, is a model for Arab governance
Endy M. Bayuni
March 11, 2011

Europe Confronts Mediterranean Mayhem – Part II

European leaders should embrace multiculturalism rather than call it a failure
Shada Islam
March 2, 2011

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As Routes to Europe Close, Refugees Consider a Deadly Crossing

Closed borders in Europe pushes desperate refugees to Libya and treacherous Mediterranean crossing
Mirren Gidda
April 13, 2016

Africa’s Rising Middle Class – And Why It Matters

DIY firms, not multinationals, may be best poised to handle the continent’s diversity
Tom Jackson
February 25, 2016

Africa’s Success Story

Botswana has avoided the economic ills of its neighbors – until now
John Feffer
February 5, 2016

Opening a New Front Against ISIS in Libya

Intervention could rally extremists, destabilize neighbors and spur a new kind of Arab Spring
January 26, 2016

Al-Shabab Seizes African Union Base in Somalia

African Union strives to stabilize Somalia with 22,000 troops
January 15, 2016

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