Zambia should propose that all its creditors agree to meet with it in one forum and make one agreement dealing with all its debt obligations.
Africa is home to the world’s fastest-growing population. This continent, where it is said mankind had its earthly origins, may also be our future.
In his first year, Kenyan President William Ruto faced economic struggles, unmet promises, and persistent corruption.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed demands Red Sea port access, risking regional conflict and straining international relations.
A study of five African countries reveals they spend over $1 billion a year on digital surveillance, led by Nigeria.
South Africa’s ruling ANC sides with the Palestinians and views Israel as an apartheid state. More liberal parties in the country disagree.
The U.S.-backed Ethiopian invasion of Somalia was largely responsible for creating the political uncertainty and violence that prevail today.
In Zimbabwe, exposure to Western or Chinese media influences perceptions of China’s economic actions, though not its political activities.
The African Union’s G20 membership represents a great opportunity, but Africa’s attempts to speak with one voice must be strengthened.
Macron’s neoliberal turn has stripped France of the long-standing myth that it was somehow a more benevolent colonizer.
Prigozhin’s death is unlikely to significantly affect the Wagner Groups’s African operations as demand for mercenary services remain high.