Publications

Conflict & Resilience Monitor

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

29 Jul 2021

South Africa’s Women’s Peace Table Calls for Peace and Security

The Effects of COVID-19 on the Rights, Protection, and Wellbeing of Children in Situations of Conflicts in Africa

Third wave in Africa: state responses and impacts on state-societal relations

23 Jul 2021

Child Labour, the Mining Sector, and COVID-19 in Central Africa Region: Findings and Possible Actions

Global Vaccine Politics and its impact on Africa – the case of Zimbabwe

Water Resources and Inter-State Conflict: Legal Principles and the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD)

14 Jul 2021

Desecuritizing the Politics of the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo

South Sudan: From war-torn to Regional Peacemaker

The United Nations Mission in South Sudan: Reflections and Future Priorities

7 Jul 2021

Missed Opportunities for Peace in the First Decade of Independent South Sudan

Socio-political dilemmas faced by Uganda and South Africa in the third wave: The impact of lockdown measures

The Politics of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) – an Ethiopian Perspective

30 Jun 2021

Coping with the third wave, amidst a slow vaccination process and return to lockdown in some African countries

COVID-19 and People on the Move in Africa: The impact of State Responses to the Pandemic on Migrants, Refugees, Asylum-Seekers and Internally Displaced People

Issues and Options for the SADC Standby Force mission in Mozambique

23 Jun 2021

Invoking KK’s ‘One Zambia One Nation’ for peaceful elections in Zambia

The COVID-19 pandemic and the origins debate: when the scientific becomes political

The Fight Against COVID-19 needs Global Co-operation

17 Jun 2021

How to react to a Coup d’état – Lessons and Warnings from Mali’s recent coup

Mali’s Latest Coup d’état – a Geopolitical and Security Dilemma

The May 27 Agreement: Oasis or Mirage?

10 Jun 2021

Climate change and violent conflict in Mali

Implications of Mali’s Latest Coup for Sahel and West Africa

Mali: MINUSMA’s mandate renewal in uncertain times

2 Jun 2021

A Way Forward with National Elections and State-building in Somalia

How Somalia Averted a Civil War

Somalia: Breakthrough in Dialogue is a Fundamental Step Towards Peaceful Elections

26 May 2021

Inclusive conflict prevention is key to peace in Africa

International support for the effectiveness of the G5 Sahel Force

Interrupting the Cycle of Violence in Cabo Delgado

19 May 2021

Africa’s compound challenges need a collective response

Life after Idris Déby: Quo Vadis, Chad?

Promoting Peace in the Age of Compound Risk – Reflections and Lessons for Africa

12 May 2021

COVID-19 in Africa: One Year later

Rebuilding Trust in a World of Crisis

Reviving conflict prevention

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