Much of the devastation of our globe's natural resources traces its origins to early colonialism. These relationships continue to define the extraction of resources that severely impact ecosystems.
The US needs to review whether a security agenda based on US priorities will solve problems in sub-Saharan Africa.
Gabon's strongman president, Ali Bongo, is barely clinging to power after contested elections, a stroke and a coup attempt. The Bongo family has run this stable central African nation for 52 years.
Research shows that women in Africa are more likely to die as a result of complications related to C-sections.
Scholars such as Alfred Sauvy, Jean-Pierre Olivier de Sardan and Frantz Fanon wrote in French, but their work greatly contributed to our understanding of democracy and social change in all contexts.
Research shows that unrest, even terrorism, can erupt in poor countries with a surplus of young people and not enough jobs. Can Niger, a once-peaceful sub-Saharan African nation, handle its baby boom?
Wildlife tourism is a million dollar industry, but do we know enough about how wildlife feel about tourists in their habitat?
India does not have an official Africa policy, even though it has been engaging with the continent for over six decades.
In sub-Saharan Africa there are more people with mobile phones than access to electricity, and their data could be useful.
Young Algerians who dream of accessing global markets have extensively used iconic brands, films and series as political resources.
Black leopards are different because of a recessive genetic variation known as "melanism".
What a failed megacity project in Johannesburg says about similar ambitious ideas across the continent.
Investors favoured Muhammadu Buhari's opponent, Atiku Abubakar. So what are the Nigerian president's economic priorities?
Amid a growing human population, African elephants are confined to an increasingly managed existence. Do we want more for one of the world's most loved species?
The White House will expand a law that cuts funding to abortion providers abroad. When the Bush-era 'global gag rule' was last in effect, abortion rates tripled in Latin America and doubled in Africa.
Wetlands are disappearing rapidly - but new data and technologies are revolutionising our knowledge.
A Lancet commission has come up with a new sustainable diet that's supposed to be the way forward.
Data is essential for proper planning, budgeting and implementation of health care policies.
Climate justice policies could potentially double as tools of colonialism that harm people outside the US.
A combination of reasons have led to the drying of the Sahel.