President Bola Ahmed Tinubu inherits major security challenges. Job creation, poverty alleviation and inclusive growth may be the solution.
A lack of political legitimacy can lead governments to illegal purchases of small arms and light weapons.
While some cyber criminals have previously avoided schools and health-care organisations, it seems these are now fair game.
‘The risks of military escalation or miscalculation are rising’, according to the long-awaited report.
Expulsion of the German ambassador could be a way of warning other embassies, especially France, to steer clear of Chadian politics and support for the opposition.
Illegal logging entrenches systemic corruption, undermines accountability in governance, and finances insecurity.
For Australia to be taken seriously, it needs to show up whenever possible.
Once in office, the new president will face a myriad of challenges, chief of which is insecurity.
Three scholars examine the implications of the crisis roiling Israel as hundreds of thousands of people protest across country.
Alternatives to violent policing already exist in the daily practices of Nairobi residents who don’t depend on the police for safety.
Agencies may make more checks, but they can’t prevent politicians misusing intelligence information, says an expert.
It’s likely Canberra is open to discussions with Wellington about investing in the AUKUS alliance. Can New Zealand keep hedging its bets on China and the US?
Greater awareness of the importance of voting is needed to improve the voter turnout in Nigeria’s elections.
The evidence on whether TikTok poses a risk to users’ privacy and security.
The insecurity in the area has serious implications for development and the well-being of people, especially young people.
With the controversies surrounding his electoral victory, Bola Ahmed Tinubu would need to build legitimacy, goodwill and demonstrate capacity to govern effectively.
With no end in site to the Ukraine war, and the UN largely powerless, New Zealand now faces difficult military, humanitarian, diplomatic and legal challenges.
Security vetting is reliant on subjective judgements that may not take into account wider structural inequalities and discrimination.
Member states need to arrive at binding, transparent and enforceable priorities to see progress.
The long-awaited plan for Australia to get nuclear-powered submarines is expected next month, as are recommendations from a major strategic review into our defence force.