Deepening Democracy through Access to Information

ISS, Institute for Security Studies

Movement should be safe for migrants; not profitable for smugglers

4th August 2020 As legal avenues for migration have shrunk due to Covid-19 related restrictions, movement has increasingly been facilitated by smugglers.... 

Nigeria’s growing insecurity offers expansion opportunities for Boko Haram

3rd August 2020 Boko Haram is extending its reach from north-east Nigeria into the country’s north-west. It is taking advantage of old and new local conflicts and... 

Sudan, a coup laboratory

31st July 2020 Sudan offers a laboratory for students of the coup. It has had 15 attempts, five of them successful – more than any other country on a continent... 


Youth to remain a focus on the UN Security Council

29th July 2020 On 14 July the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) adopted its third resolution on youth, peace and security. This was a welcome step in... 

South Africa should end its trade and use of torture equipment

28th July 2020 South African companies are manufacturing and trading products identified by the United Nations (UN) and the European Union (EU) as having no... 

IRR welcomes IMF 'putting South Africa govt on notice' about policies

28th July 2020 The South African Institute of Race Relations (IRR) said on Tuesday it welcomed the "unambiguous" message from the International Monetary Fund... 

Refocusing the Africa-EU strategy

27th July 2020 Two key partnerships will be negotiated in 2020 between the European Union (EU) and Africa, making this a crucial year for both continents. One is... 

Only swift action will achieve an African maritime renaissance

24th July 2020 Good ocean policies can unlock new sources of wealth and transform Africa’s security, development and governance prospects. A new study... 

How serious is the Islamic State threat to attack South Africa?

23rd July 2020 Whether or not the Islamic State – or any jihadist terror group – represents a serious threat to South Africa has been a contentious topic for some... 

Tanzania’s former foreign minister prepares to take on Magufuli

17th July 2020 Could Bernard Membe, as a possible united opposition candidate in Tanzania’s October election, unseat the corruption-busting but increasingly... 

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