Conflict & Resilience Monitor

The Conflict and Resilience Monitor offers monthly blog-size commentary and analysis on the latest conflict-related trends in Africa.

10 Dec 2021

Navigating Sudan’s quest for democratic transition

Reflecting on 6 years of Youth, Peace and Security

The Dragon’s Game in the Sahel

1 Dec 2021

East Africa’s terrorism hotspots: examining the roots and solutions

Is sovereign debt impeding Africa’s COVID-19 recovery?

Omicron in Botswana

24 Nov 2021

Are “mildly-worded communiques” effective conflict management tools?

China-Africa Public Health Cooperation and Vaccine Diplomacy

Malawi quietly making headway with National Peace Architecture

19 Nov 2021

ECCAS at 38: Passing and taking up the baton of regional integration

Establishment of an ECCAS Youth Volunteer Corps to strengthen regional solidarity, regional integration and development

Regional Resilience draws its strength from Shared Values and Symbols

12 Nov 2021

COP26: an African perspective

Effective Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development for Peacebuilding in Africa

Sustaining Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development through COVID-19 Interventions

3 Nov 2021

Discourse matters; the net-zero agenda and Africa’s priorities

Five climate change messages from the African continent

Great Expectations – will COP 26 deliver for Africa?

27 Oct 2021

COP26: Africa’s challenges must steer the climate change conference

The legal status of SADC’s mission in Cabo Delgado

22 Oct 2021

Regional Migration and the COVID-19 Pandemic in South Africa

The Role of Parliamentarians in the fight against COVID-19

The Value of Fostering a Culture of Peace and Non-violence

13 Oct 2021

COVID-19 and peacebuilding in Africa: Youth, resilience and innovation options

For the sake of our children and youth: Let us build safer and more harmonious post-COVID-19 societies

Lake Chad Basin and stabilisation in the post-Shekau era

6 Oct 2021

A crowded place with few solutions: old and new players in the geopolitics of the Sahel

Civil society and stabilization in the Lake Chad region

Is the women, peace and security (WPS) agenda useful in non-war contexts? The case of Eswatini

30 Sep 2021

Africa’s experiences in managing political diversity and competitive electoral politics

Coup resurgence in Africa: The pitfalls of a regional response

Coups in Africa: No end in sight and where is ECOWAS and the African Union

22 Sep 2021

Africa’s Young People Innovate in the Face of COVID-19

Africa’s Youth: A Hope for the Future

Is There Any COVID-19 Vaccine Production in Africa?

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