Military responses to the al-Shabaab Garissa attacks in Kenya are doomed to fail.
There will be serious political, economic, and military repercussions should Iran be ‘rehabilitated’ back into international society.
A tight race, political posturing on both sides, and reports of fraud across the country suggest that the struggle to determine Nigeria’s next president is just getting started.
The shutdown of Pan African Minerals’ manganese mine at Tambao has some mining companies on edge ahead of new regulations in Burkina Faso. Yet new laws could well be a boon for the industry.
There have been three bouts of bad news for global commodity prices over the past week, all of which are putting more downside pressure on already deflated prices.
With its oil-reliant economy and high break-even price, Nigeria is one country that has been hit particularly hard by recent OPEC policy.
Though not necessarily through military means…
A regional anti-Boko Haram coalition has scored a string of victories on the battlefield ahead of upcoming presidential elections in Nigeria.
Nigeria’s Boko Haram has joined the growing list of regional terrorist outfits pledging allegiance to Islamic State. But just how sustainable is the partnership?
In this series, Geopoliticalmonitor.com analyzes political fallout from the global plunge in oil prices. Part four focuses on Nigeria.