The Dilemma of Desperation Migration

Humanitarian aid adds incentives for migrants to take risks in fleeing homelands
Joseph Chamie
November 14, 2013

African Art on the Move

Zimbabwean sculptors travel to overseas gardens, balancing tradition and new creativity
Susan Froetschel
November 7, 2013

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

Algerian Protests Continue: Washington Post

Massinissa Benlakehal and Sudarsan Raghavan
April 26, 2019

In Sudan, a Transition to Democracy? Foreign Policy

Robbie Gramer, Justin Lynch, Colum Lynch, Jefcoate O’Donnell
April 14, 2019