Investing in conflict prevention will continue to be Africa’s major challenge in the next decade. The fall of the Berlin Wall brought an end to an era of one-party states and authoritarian rule in many parts of the world and ushered in a new era of multi-party democracy. Africa was not unaffected by these “winds […]
“As world leaders finalise the Global Compact on Refugees, they should pay particular attention to lessons learned from Ethiopia’s CRRF.”
Offering insights into Zimbabwe’s political processes, with particular attention to processes involved in the quota system.
Highlighting the nature, causes and implications of vote buying for democratic governance in Nigeria.
Article arising from concerns about why reconciliation in Zimbabwe has been so elusive.
Interrogating the theoretical underpinnings, trends and dynamics of conflict over resources between herders and farmers in Nigeria.
A rather surprising and astonishing ruling was taken on 8 June 2018 at The Hague by the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the case of The Prosecutor v. Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo.1 The Appeals Chamber reversed the decision of the Trial Chamber III of 21 March 2016, entitled “Judgment pursuant to Article […]