The economic knock-on effects of the COVID19 pandemic are severe all over the world but Africa is particularly exposed. As governments’ ability to respond to the…
There are promising signs in Mali’s new government, but the international community must take action now to ensure the military junta cedes power to civilians.
The coup creates an opportunity to address the crucial, intertwined issues of reform and consultation – issues that have been neglected by the authorities at key points in Mali’s recent history
The power of Sudan’s protest movement has sustained the prime minister in office – but its trust in Abdalla Hamdouk has ebbed of late. This week’s peace agreement gives him the chance to win it back.
The Alliance aimed to integrate security, development, and governance perspectives but has struggled to find coherence and effectiveness
EU-Africa relations are characterised by a series of failed beginnings. They continue to suffer from a lack of deep and far-reaching political will, despite being the subject of a series of diplomatic initiatives in the past two decades.
Mali’s politics is undergoing radical change, partly due to years of discontent with its entire political and economic elite
Initiatives designed to change German attitudes towards colonial history will be important in improving Germany’s relations with African countries
North African countries, each for their own reasons, are increasingly turning their attention towards sub-Saharan Africa
The transition will only succeed if the government stabilises the economy and civilians work hard to tilt the balance of power away from the military