ISS Today: AU summit 29
Eradicating more than
just Boko Haram

The AU should encourage regional
efforts to prevent violent extremism
in the Lake Chad Basin.

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Spotlight: informing
decisions about how to
bring stability to Guinea-Bissau

The ISS is contributing to
debates about the institutional
reforms that the country requires.

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Weekly briefing: does violent
extremism threaten SA?

New research examines the threat
and how the country should respond.

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Seminar: Mozambique’s
growth and human
development outlook

Will natural gas be a boon or a burden
for the country’s most vulnerable?

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Seminar: The ANC policy conference -
new direction or more distraction?

Improving SA’s economy should be the priority,
but talks may focus on leadership struggles instead.

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AU role in tackling
Africa’s crises

The African Union and its
partners must take concrete
action to mitigate conflicts.

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Analysis: Can the UN Security
Council help prevent conflicts?

Improving conflict prevention requires
new thinking and better responses.

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South African
Crime Quarterly 60

SACQ 60 is a special issue on
organised environmental crime,
guest edited by Annette Hübschle.

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Analysis: Life beyond BRICS?
South Africa's future
foreign policy interests

Africa should remain the focus
of the country's foreign
and economic policy.

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Video: How to restart
Africa’s growth engine

Policy changes are needed for
sub-Saharan Africa to realise its
tremendous growth potential.

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Video: elections amid
crisis in Congo-Brazzaville

The stakes are high for both the
majority and opposition factions.

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