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Former MI5 chief warns of national cybersecurity threats

Following the US, EU, and UK's decisions to ban China’s TikTok from government phones over security fears and recent reports of a Russian cyber...

Climate change in Africa real economic, security threat

Climate change, which appears to be advancing around the world, affecting not just physical infrastructure but economies and livelihoods, is also an increasing security...

Sudan’s progress towards reform

Sudan's Forces of Freedom and Change, a wide coalition of civilian and rebel parties that opposes military rule in the country, is working with...

Human rights abuses are becoming commonplace in Sudan

The Sudanese government has introduced some reforms but nothing to improve the existing legal base with regard to compliance with international human rights. 

What would recognizing Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism actually entail?

Ukraine’s political leaders intensified their appeals to the U.S. government to designate Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism after Russian soldiers executed Ukraine’s prisoners...

Instability in Libya is set to exacerbate Europe’s migrant crisis

At least four dinghies reached the shore at Dungeness in Kent on Sunday, carrying dozens of people desperate to reach Britain before worsening winter...

The ‘European Army’ scheme is just a cover for France to get back into the big power game

The idea of a so-called 'European Army' has come in and out of fashion in the Brussels bubble for about 20 years. After each...

The case for peace and reconciliation in Ethiopia

Civil war has been raging in Ethiopia for over a year now, between the National Defence Forces of the Ethiopian Government, and rebel militia...

Conflict is spreading across the African continent

Many African countries are run by dictatorships, but their grasp on power is increasingly unstable. Mali has seen at least 2 changes of power...

Must “resource cursed” countries always suffer the double jinx of conflict traps?

A “resource cursed” country is one in which an abundance of natural resources fosters worse development outcomes than those without.  Often termed “the paradox...

Humanitarian crisis in the Central African Republic

The European Union has recently been criticized for not doing enough to promote the cause of democracy in the Central African Republic (CAR). This...

France looking to withdraw ‘some troops’ from Sahel anti-terror operations

France is eyeing at withdrawing some of its troops from the Sahel region in Africa, following successes against Islamist militants and support by European...

Sudan plans to abolish death penalty for quitting Islam

The government of Sudan is expected to no longer hand down a death sentence for those found guilty of apostasy, a crime that is...

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