Previous African Union Reforms Have Failed. Will The Kagame Plans Have Better Luck?

That Kagame’s panel also comprises eminent personalities creates the impression that the main issue is all about management. Yet the heart of the matter for the AU is, and remains, political

As The African Union Chiefs Meet, They Confront A Problem That Refuses To Go Away: The Continuing Threat Of Terrorism

The future of AMISOM has become uncertain. Problems regarding external funding and support for the mission have led to in a decision to begin withdrawing forces in 2018, ahead of a full pullout by 2020

Europe Drops $500 Million In Ethiopia, Hoping To Create Jobs And Keep Migrants In Africa. Will It Work?

The Jesuit Refugee Service compound in Addis Ababa is a microcosm of the region’s troubles. It hosts refugees from South Sudan, Congo, Uganda, Somalia, Eritrea, Yemen, Burundi, and more