The EU can unblock the so-called “electoral impasse” paralysing Somalia by rejecting the involvement of the outgoing president. But it must also set out a new framework to help the country move forward
The European Council on Foreign Relations, the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, and the African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes are delighted to invite you…
Mark Leonard and Jeremy Shapiro predict ten bright and bold policy projections for the year to come
The roundtable will focus on the state of the Africa-Europe relationship with its challenges and opportunities, and the role that Southern Europe could play in the process
Kenya is a potential strong partner for Europe in fostering stability in east Africa and the Horn – and its new membership of the Security Council should prompt Europeans to work more closely with it
China is posed to reap geopolitical gain via vaccine diplomacy if Europe does not prioritise Africa
Fighters across the region may be drawn in if the violence continues, as has happened for years in Libya’s cascading internal and proxy wars
The recent war in Ethiopia may at first glance appear to be a short, sharp internal conflict with few implications for the Horn of Africa – or for Europe. But the war is far from over, and the risks it creates are spreading.
What are the regional implications of the Tigray conflict and the prospects for transatlantic cooperation around the issue?
Recent protests against police brutality have been Nigeria’s most powerful yet – but the government still appears determined to clamp down