Hungry World: A Silent Crisis Calls for Urgent Action

Developed nations should reform aid and launch a new Green Revolution
Marshall Bouton
July 7, 2009

Somalia’s Piracy Offers Lessons in Global Governance

Protecting the global commons requires more than a military response
Christopher Jasparro
April 6, 2009

Unevenly Yoked

Has globalization dealt Africa a bad hand?
Norbert Mao
November 3, 2003

Non-Globalized States Pose a Threat

Bush's African safari is an important step in dealing with the challenge.
Banning N. Garrett
July 7, 2003

Bush in Africa: A Continent Adrift

Internal weakness exacerbated by mistaken international approach has destabilized Africa
Donald Steinberg
February 18, 2008

The New Global Food Fight

US advocacy of genetically modified food pits it against many countries.
Kathleen McAfee
June 6, 2003

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What It’s Like to Be a Somali Refugee in Kenya

Neighboring states wonder how extremist groups expand, yet fear and resist refugees
Samira Shackle
May 29, 2015

Displaced Again and Again, Some African Migrants Had No Plan to Land in Italy

Conflict traps migrants in Libya
Jim Yardley
May 5, 2015

An Unending Refugee Tragedy: Europe's Path to Deadly Partition

Policies that aim to deter trafficking and migrant crossing have not worked
Matthias Gebauer, Horand Knaup, Peter Müller, Maximilian Popp, Jörg Schindler and Christoph Schult
April 28, 2015

Words of Concern, Walls of Deterrence: Refugees Pushed Out to Sea

NGO launches its own search-and-rescue operations in the Mediterranean
Aurélie Ponthieu
April 20, 2015

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

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