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Institute for Security Studies
Africa has a rare chance to shape the international order
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 31st August 2022 Africa’s growing strategic value to global powers has been reinforced by international tensions and economic volatility spurred on by Russia’s... →
Lake Turkana’s entire tilapia species threatened by smuggling
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 30th August 2022 Lake Turkana in Northern Kenya loses hundreds of tons of immature tilapia fish monthly through smuggling. Harvesting the fish threatens the... →
Can Nigeria finance its war against insurgents?
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 26th August 2022 Nigeria now spends more than it earns just to service its debt – a crisis that raises serious concerns about the government’s ability to finance... →
Migrants at the mercy of Morocco’s iron fist
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 24th August 2022 On 24 June, around 2 000 sub-Saharan African migrants, who had gathered the night before in north-eastern Morocco, set off at dawn to cross the... →
The world’s divided future
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 23rd August 2022 The world has entered uncharted waters as changes forecast over the next decade could have more impact than the collapse of the Berlin Wall in... →
Have we entered the race to net zero?
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 22nd August 2022 The United States (US) and China generate the most carbon dioxide emissions globally. China is currently the largest emitter, with the US in second... →
Free and fair elections still out of reach in Angola
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 18th August 2022 Angola’s fifth multiparty polls on 24 August are expected to be highly contested, with a stronger opposition and a weakened ruling party. But the... →
Blinken’s African charm offensive
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 18th August 2022 United States (US) Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s whistlestop tour of Africa last week was interesting for various reasons – not least its... →
The great crime of Marikana
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 16th August 2022 One act was central to converting what had already been a week of killing and confrontation at Marikana in 2012 into a massacre. That was the... →
SADC needs a firmer strategy for the spiralling Eswatini crisis
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 15th August 2022 The Eswatini crisis is descending into violent conflict, with the bombing of state institutions and attacks against security forces on the rise. At... →