- Daily Brief
- July 1, 2022
WHAT’S HAPPENING? As Russia’s war against Ukraine surpasses the 100-day mark, international oil and wheat prices remain cripplingly high, forcing
The irreconcilability between Sudanese protestors’ demands and those of the military junta will likely complicate international efforts to facilitate a negotiated return to the country’s democratic transition.
Chinese investors cut a secret deal with Congolese officials increasing their profit share of mining revenues while falling behind on promised infrastructure agreements.
Conflicting policies and poor regional coordination are stymying the counter-terrorism strategy.
Egypt’s water interests are clashing with Sudan’s agricultural aims and Ethiopia’s energy superpower goals.
Islamist militants have made inroads into the resource-rich but marginalised Cabo Delgado region.
The president’s strategy, whether based on political stability or strategic calculations, have upended the race.
The al-Qaeda affiliate presents a complex social, economic and security challenge for Sahel nations.
The president’s bid for a third term is a fresh challenge to West Africa’s constitutional democracies.
Investment strategies and national interests are colliding with development realities in the continent.
Despite community resistance, the Islamist extremist group has gained a foothold in the security void.
Burkinabe citizens are grappling with the consequences of a recent spike in militant violence.