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28 March 2015
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Will Nigeria's election results affect its foreign policy?
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
Finally, Nigerians are going to the polls tomorrow, Saturday 28 March, despite rumours of more postponements and others – more alarmist – of the creation of a government of national unity without...
 
 
26 Mar 2015
 
Navigating a bump in the road: will Sudan's elections derail national dialogue?
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
Since the eruption of civil war in South Sudan on 15 December 2013, the world’s attention has mostly been focused there – rather than on Sudan. That neglect has no doubt suited the government in...
 
 
25 Mar 2015
 
Africa and global power: on the rise, but at the margins
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
As pressure mounts for Africa to take greater responsibility for development, peace and security on the continent, the question of regional leadership becomes pressing. A recent African Futures...
 
 
24 Mar 2015
 
Kenyan political leadership: the more things change...
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
The Kenyan constitution of 2010 proposed to revolutionise the way in which the country’s political leadership interacts and functions by devolving power to county governments. This was aimed at...
 
 
23 Mar 2015
 
Democracy reigns in Lesotho - but which democracy, exactly?
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
On 28 February, citizens of Lesotho voted in parliamentary and presidential elections. These were snap elections, called two years ahead of time, and were designed to drag the country out of the...
 
 
20 Mar 2015
 
Many questions after Simone Gbagbo's heavy sentence
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
It was a case that could have shed light on a painful episode in the history of Côte d’Ivoire and permitted the country to find closure, if only partly, following the post-electoral violence of...
 
 
19 Mar 2015
 
Why is Pretoria so jealously guarding its fissile material?
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
In the early hours of 28 July 2012, three people, one of them an 82-year-old nun named Megan Rice, broke into the Y-12 Nuclear Security Complex near the city of Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Y-12 is where...
 
 
18 Mar 2015
 
The double-edged sword of sanctions
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
On 3 March 2015, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) unanimously adopted Resolution 2206 on South Sudan. Among other things, the resolution seeks to impose targeted sanctions on those...
 
 
 
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