Examining Nigeria’s unresolved ethnic tensions and suspicions of domination that led to the declaration of the state of Biafra.
Examining the lingering political crisis that erupted in August 2015 within the leadership of Guinea-Bissau’s governing elites.
Article positing that petro-pipeline vandalism in the region has been variously motivated, depending on the socio-structural dynamics underpinning its occurrence.
Outlining the need in Zambia to build interactions and capacities of different players for enhanced political tolerance.
Exploring a little known dimension of the politics of food aid: its impact on communities at the grassroots level.
This article argues for a process-based leadership perspective for achieving sustainable peace in the CAR.
Discussing the issues surrounding the DRC’s elections and the implications for stability in its post-election environment.
Exploring the contemporary security implications of the nexus between state fragility and conflict dynamics in the Horn of Africa.
Proposal for a strategic governance regime whereby Nigeria and Cameroon synergise efforts to manage volatile forest landscapes.
Demonstrating that local governance in South Africa facilitates the occurrence of xenophobic violence.
Analysing transitional justice processes in African societies where power-sharing was used as a tool to end protracted civil wars.
An in-depth examination of intra-party conflicts in a democratising Nigeria, with a view to recommending options for resolution.
Investigating the implementation of the Revitalised Agreement on the Resolution of Conflict in the Republic of South Sudan.
Lessons learnt from the security challenges encountered by Somalia’s Defector Rehabilitation Programme for al-Shabaab members.
Case study of Zimbabwe’s 2019 national dialogue providing insight on what constitutes a national dialogue and why they are necessary.
Upstream countries challenge Egypt and Sudan’s historical rights claims over the Nile, demanding an increased share of its water.
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