US Election and the World – Part IV

Though dissatisfied with Bush's policies, Africans must come to terms with the realities of US power
Zubeida Jaffer
November 15, 2004

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

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