PSC elections:
is the PSC at a crossroads?

The Peace and Security Council
will elect 10 new members for a
two-year term in February 2020.

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The PSC should do more
to respond to conflicts in 2020

Although the PSC made great strides in solving conflicts,
such as that in Sudan, in 2019, important crises such as
that in Cameroon were not tabled for discussion.

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The AU’s Youth, Peace and
Security agenda: one year on

The PSC has an important role to
play in overseeing the AU’s Youth
Peace and Security agenda.

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Egypt’s key achievements
as AU chair in 2019

Egypt’s ambassador to the AU tells the PSC Report
that Egypt made important progress to ensure
that the reform process moves forward in 2019.

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How to rationalise
Africa’s many partnerships?

The AU has attempted to structure its many
partnerships with countries and continents
outside of Africa, but with mixed results.

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Can Africa weather
the storm in 2020?

Africa will face numerous elections
in 2020, while the continent will have
to deal with lingering conflicts and crises.

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PSC Report No 119

This issue looks at new threats to peace
in Mozambique and the PSC’s unusual
meeting practices.

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Why Africans were shocked
by the pictures from Sochi

On a continent desperate to silence the guns,
images of African officials admiring weapons
in Russia have raised many questions.

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New threats to
peace in Mozambique

Accusations of vote rigging in the October
elections could lead to the breakdown
of Mozambique’s peace agreement.

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‘Terrorism should not find a physical,
economic and moral fertile ground’

The PSC Report spoke to former ambassador
Ahmedou Ould Abdallah from Mauritania
about the security threat in the Sahel region.

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