Rich countries are hoarding vaccines at the expense of poorer ones – but also to their own detriment. Without extending help to all countries, the whole world will continue to suffer.
European politicians can build stronger relations with African partners if they consider how to make big public statements that recognise the iniquities of their countries’ colonial past
ECFR’s policy experts examine what the Taliban takeover means for countries and regions around the world: Europe, the US, the Middle East, Russia, China, Iran, Turkey, and the Sahel
Emmanuel Macron took allies by surprise when he announced the end of Operation Barkhane. But his new plans do not appear to offer the change of tack the Sahel needs.
Whoever repairs today’s fracturing international landscape will secure the power and influence to reset the post-pandemic world order to their liking
This event is part of the German Forum on Security Policy #DFS2021
After the indifference of the Trump years, the Biden administration should broaden and deepen its cooperation with France in the Sahel
A new Africa-Europe strategic partnership is on the cards. But this will only come to fruition if the European Union gets its member states on board to engage in a substantive discussion with the African Union
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