Negotiating with Africa’s violent extremists
is a bold idea that caught the attention
of US Congress members.
China has lessons worth learning,
but governance without elections and
choice of ruling party isn’t one of them.
New research on the Sahel’s development
prospects in the context of growing
insecurity will be discussed.
Ahead of South Africa’s tenure as
African Union chair, this seminar
considers what to expect in 2020.
This collection shows the stimulating
effect that Maxi Schoeman’s work
has had on international relations.
There are three areas in which the Global
Compact can support implementation
of the Refugee Convention.
The only viable long-term solution is to incorporate
the views of local populations in Sool and Sanaag.
Inclusive national dialogue is needed to reconstitute
the state to meet the reasonable demands
of major political groups.