Europe Confronts Mediterranean Mayhem – Part I

Cooperation between Arabs and Europeans could lead to a new renaissance
Jean-Pierre Lehmann
February 28, 2011

The Arab Rising – Part I

Concerned about stability and friendly ties with Arab regimes, US overlooked popular discontent
Susan Froetschel
February 2, 2011

The 21st Century Arab Awakening?

Could Tunisia’s Jasmine Revolution prove to be the Arab world’s “Gdansk moment”?
Jean-Pierre Lehmann
January 28, 2011

Demonizing China: Pundits Get its Role in Africa Wrong

Its faults are the same as those of the neo-liberal world
Barry Sautman and Yan Hairong
February 10, 2010

China in Africa: Soft Power, Hard Results

But Africa’s poor don’t see China as a great power
Loro Horta
November 13, 2009

Lessons of Failed States: Rebuilding Sierra Leone and Liberia

Temporary suspension of sovereignty may be a necessary ingredient to revive failed states
Humphrey Hawksley
August 20, 2009


“The Last Mile”: Laying the Political and Security Foundations First for Peace, Then Development

Poverty thrives in fragile states fraught with violence
Bruce Jones
August 5, 2015

Zimbabwean Officials: American Man Wanted in Killing of Cecil the Lion

Wealthy hunter becomes a target
Don Melvin
July 29, 2015

Will Africa’s Growth Help Africa’s People?

Africa’s wealth is squandered, benefits only a few
Kanayo F. Nwanze
July 23, 2015

Why Smart Africa Is Smart Policy

Information communication technology could transform Africa
Stuart N. Brotman
July 9, 2015

Omar Al-Bashir Case Suggests South African Foreign Policy Is Going Rogue

Those accused of war crimes go free as developing nations question ICC fairness
Simon Tisdall
June 17, 2015