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30 August 2016
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Kodjo's battle for dialogue in ever-volatile DRC
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
At the 27th African Union (AU) summit in Kigali, Rwanda last month, the PSC Report caught up with Edem Kodjo, AU special envoy to facilitate a national dialogue in the Democratic Republic of the...
 
 
26 Aug 2016
 
Rethinking money: how can Africa benefit from Bitcoin?
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
The market uncertainty seen in the run-up to the Brexit referendum created one big winner: Bitcoin. In the space of a week, US$3 billion, around a 30% increase, would flow into the Bitcoin economy...
 
 
25 Aug 2016
 
SDGs key to restoring women's role in African security issues?
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
Although Africa has seen steady progress in terms of gender equality and women’s empowerment, women are still underrepresented in functions related to security, disarmament and arms control. The...
 
 
24 Aug 2016
 
Zimbabwe's war veterans flee Mugabe's sinking ship
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
8 August is Heroes’ Day in Zimbabwe. The annual holiday celebrates the men and women who fought on the winning side in Zimbabwe’s brutal war of independence, and is synonymous with parades,...
 
 
23 Aug 2016
 
Can the AU help South Sudan where the UN is failing?
INSTITUTE FOR SECURTY STUDIES
The world’s youngest country is anything but peaceful. Since fighting began in December 2013, civilian casualties have been a consistent feature of the South Sudanese civil war. A peace agreement...
 
 
19 Aug 2016
 
Boko Haram leadership struggle heralds a new style of violence
INSITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
The so-called West Africa Province of the Islamic State, more commonly known as Boko Haram, has recently generated headlines once again after Abu Musab al-Barnawi was appointed as new leader of the...
 
 
18 Aug 2016
 
What is at stake for new councils in South Africa?
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
The 8% decline in the voters’ support for the ruling African National Congress (ANC) party between 2011 and 2016 represents a fundamental shift in South African politics. Much has been written on...
 
 
17 Aug 2016
 
The race is on again to find a new AU chief
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
The deadlines are rapidly approaching in the hotly contested elections of a new African Union Commission (AUC) chairperson. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma’s successor will be elected at the 28th AU summit...
 
 
 
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