Deepening Democracy through Access to Information

ISS, Institute for Security Studies

Europe should help get fuel off Libya’s fire

16th May 2018 Speaking in Geneva recently, Libya’s National Oil Corporation head Mustafa Sanalla launched an impassioned plea to European partners to help his... 

New middle-power country partners for South Africa?

14th May 2018 After a decade in the foreign policy wilderness, South Africa is looking to reshape its global and African footprint. An Institute for Security... 

SADC must keep its eye on the ball in Madagascar

11th May 2018 The chances of compromise and dialogue among Madagascar’s political actors are getting slimmer by the day. Violent confrontation between supporters... 


Public trust must be SA police’s top priority

10th May 2018 For General Khehla Sitole, the new South African Police Service (SAPS) national commissioner, ‘stamping the authority of the state’ is the top... 

Empowering young women to stand up for conflict resilience

8th May 2018 Young women are increasingly at risk of harm during violent conflicts, as seen in the disturbing trend of mass kidnappings, sexual assaults and... 

Joyce Banda’s return causes jitters in Malawi

4th May 2018 Malawi is on tenterhooks, waiting to see if President Peter Mutharika will order the arrest of his predecessor Joyce Banda. Banda returned to her... 

How will the Somalia-UAE diplomatic row affect AMISOM?

2nd May 2018 In early April, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) stopped its capacity building support for security institutions and humanitarian aid to Somalia.... 

Talks remain ineffective as Burundi’s crisis continues

26th April 2018 In early December 2017, a new round of talks led by the East African Community (EAC) was initiated in Arusha, Tanzania, with the aim of reaching an... 

Organised crime threatens Uganda’s thriving gold trade

24th April 2018 Gold has become one of Uganda’s top exports, but multiple questions surround this glittering trade. On 20 February, Uganda celebrated a year since... 

Will new legislation turn Kenya into a tax haven?

20th April 2018 A recently passed law could make it easier for companies to dodge tax in Kenya. This could increase the rate of illicit financial flows and,... 

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