ISS Today: Going nowhere slowly
at the UN General Assembly’s
annual debate

At this critical juncture in world affairs, the general debate
should have featured more solutions and better leadership.

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Seminar: Global meets local –
new transnational organised
crime trends in Africa

Geopolitical dynamics are pushing up organised crime
in Africa, with implications beyond the continent.

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ISS Live: Bad pharma – medicine
trafficking in West Africa

This seminar launches new research on the
illicit trade in medical products, focusing
on Burkina Faso and Guinea.

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Publication: Trafficking illicit medical
products in Burkina Faso and Guinea

To shrink the market for illicit medical products, issues driving
their demand must be addressed.

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ISS Clips: Women increasingly turn
to bandit-linked arms trafficking
in Nigeria

Bandits are enlisting women for their criminal activities
by copying a strategy perfected by Boko Haram in
Nigeria’s north-east.

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Improving human security
in Africa: ISS Annual Review

ISS examined Africa’s place in the world and how
shifting geopolitics will impact the continent.

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The Institute for Security Studies is an African organisation, which enhances human security by providing independent and authoritative research, expert policy advice and capacity building.
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