Driven by social justice, he showed that all people are capable of both good and evil.
Ghana is a signatory to several international conventions that oblige it to guarantee the right to life.
Timber parks, where the paperwork for loads of timber is inspected, can help stem the financial losses from illegal exports.
Calling the Amazon “the lungs of the world” overlooks the forest’s vital role in the water cycle.
A specific regional protocol could ease the management of internally displaced persons in the region.
The Cold War provided the US with strategic and defensive advantages; some politicians also used it to push their view of what it meant to be American.
La Russie tente de normaliser un ordre international basé sur la loi du plus fort où la démocratie et le respect des droits humains sont facultatifs.
Canada is connected to the Democratic Republic of Congo through the global economy, international peacekeeping efforts and migration. We must not ignore violence because it’s far away.
Protests are likely to continue over the coming months, particularly in the run-up to the Congo presidential elections next year.
Five essential reads on Russia’s relationship with Africa.
Peat is partially decomposed plant matter that has accumulated over thousands of years.
A return to debt sustainability will create room for African policy makers to stave off risks to the post-pandemic recovery.
For relations with the DRC to truly improve, the Belgian state must acknowledge its historical responsibility more strongly.
Le gouvernement du président Tshisekedi n’a plus l’excuse d’être entravé par l'emprise du clan de son prédécesseur Joseph Kabila.
President Tshisekedi’s government no longer has the excuse that it’s being hampered by the dead hand of his predecessor Joseph Kabila’s cabal.
Hammarskjöld lasting legacy was to develop the secretary-general’s political role, as the UN found its way through the Cold War.
Nyiragongo is one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world because of its fast-moving lava. It can flow at a speed of about 100km per hour.
Data suggests that Africa as a whole suffers a relatively high rate of casualties at munition sites where there are unplanned explosions.
Africa’s key to future food-nutrition security may depend on the untapped potential of indigenous fruit trees.
Peat beds around the world hold huge quantities of carbon and keep it from warming the planet. But rising temperatures and over-use could turn them from a brake on climate change into an accelerant.