Spotlight: Talking with terrorists

Negotiating with Africa’s violent extremists
is a bold idea that caught the attention
of US Congress members.

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ISS Today: China’s ‘palate democracy’
may not be to Africa’s taste

China has lessons worth learning,
but governance without elections and
choice of ruling party isn’t one of them.

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Seminar: Prospects for the G5
Sahel countries to 2040

New research on the Sahel’s development
prospects in the context of growing
insecurity will be discussed.

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Seminar: Can South Africa lead
through consensus at the AU?

Ahead of South Africa’s tenure as
African Union chair, this seminar
considers what to expect in 2020.

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Publication: The undiscovered country –
essays in honour of Maxi Schoeman

This collection shows the stimulating
effect that Maxi Schoeman’s work
has had on international relations.

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Publication: Complementarity – The
Global Compact on Refugees and
1969 OAU Refugee Convention

There are three areas in which the Global
Compact can support implementation
of the Refugee Convention.

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Publication: Overlapping claims by
Somaliland and Puntland –
the case of Sool and Sanaag

The only viable long-term solution is to incorporate
the views of local populations in Sool and Sanaag.

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Publication: What is driving
Ethiopia's ethnic conflicts?

Inclusive national dialogue is needed to reconstitute
the state to meet the reasonable demands
of major political groups.

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View on Africa: as the digital threat
grows, how should Africa respond?

Africa runs the risk of becoming a safe
haven for digitally focused criminals.

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