In his first year, Kenyan President William Ruto faced economic struggles, unmet promises, and persistent corruption.
The U.S.-backed Ethiopian invasion of Somalia was largely responsible for creating the political uncertainty and violence that prevail today.
Once a signature project of China’s Belt and Road Initiative, the Addis Ababa light rail service now symbolizes its sustainability challenges.
The success of ports and other maritime infrastructure projects depends in part on how tied they are to broader development plans.
The Horn of Africa is the epicenter of foreign military activity in the continent.
The mass tree plantation effort may do more harm than good if factors like the ecological compatibility of plants are overlooked.