The Western Sahara appears to remain locked in a limbo where international attention is too weak, neither vilifying nor emboldening the rebel organizations.
Despite his campaign of modernization in Rwanda and a democratic facade, Kagame has gradually tightened his grip on power.
Mobile technology is revolutionizing government accountability and transparency in African countries.
China’s relationship with South Sudan exemplifies its complex economic and diplomatic engagement with sub-Saharan Africa.
The African refugee crisis is manifest in the Niger town of Agadez, where an increasing wave of migration has birthed a growing people smuggling industry.
This April, the country’s citizens elected Muhammadu Buhari president, forwarding a broad mandate to overhaul the nation’s counterterrorism strategy.
Africa’s developmental prospects hinge on sustainability and innovation.