The increase in terror attacks has complicated the Kenyan government’s relationship with the country’s Muslim community.
The deliberations were characterised by disingenuous, counter-factual policy pronouncements, and de facto denials of the ANC’s culpability in causing many of the current problems facing the country.
That there is no clear favourite to win shows the campaigning has been relatively free and competitive.
The peasantry still provides almost all the resources of the party-state, yet most of the agrarian policy decisions are taken without consultation.
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Dos Santos died as he had lived and governed: in silence. His silence, and what he accomplished with it, is his most enduring legacy.
Labels that emphasise the social identities of the contending parties not only impede efforts to comprehend their causes but also obscure their vast dimensions.
South Africa needs a multi-pronged strategy for building peaceful, sustainable neighbourhoods, communities, and a nation where the rule of law prevails.
Local institutions and systems of governance and peace-building are working despite insurmountable challenges.
Bilateral and multilateral cooperation is the best way to deal with a growing list of transboundary concerns.
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The AU needs to address two main problems to steer Africa into a prosperous future – the use of unconstitutional means by some leaders to cling to power and disregard for the rule of law.
The fear of domination of one ethnic group or section by another has persistently undermined efforts at democratic consolidation in Nigeria.
Somalia’s big test will be how to marry the social power of the clan system with a democratic future.
The obstacles the new government must confront to earn the confidence of the people are challenging.
President Mohamud’s main challenge is to restore security in the capital Mogadishu and elsewhere.
Despite the benefits that could come from integration, many African countries remain wary of the process.
Ideology informs foreign policy practice. Behaviour that could – for better or worse – influence individual lives.
Recent clashes put eastern Congo’s M23 into the headlines again, but many other security problems persist in the area as diplomats struggle to tackle the underlying causes.
The MPLA is using all instruments at its disposal to hobble a new united opposition front ahead of the Angola election.