Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed’s mandate has expired and no new elections are on the horizon. Has Somalia’s 2012 constitution reached its breaking point?
Zambia is expected to become the first country to default on its debt since the COVID-19 epidemic hit. It likely won’t be the last.
Changes to the electoral code align with broad democratic backsliding in the region.
Ivory Coast has all of the necessary elements for conflict over the upcoming October election.
Unless deep-rooted socioeconomic and security issues are addressed, Africa’s development miracle risks being derailed. Nowhere is this truer than with the G5 countries in the Sahel.
Can the African Union make this an “African Century,” or is it destined to share the same fate as the Organisation of African Unity that preceded it?
Signing the landmark agreement was a relatively simple exercise; the true test is yet to come.
After a three-decade absence from the Horn of Africa, Italy is re-engaging with the region – and its ambitions go well beyond the issue of migration.
Madagascar has cobbled together a national unity government, but will it be enough to stabilize the political process and a delicate economic recovery?
Kenya has much to gain from actively working to de-escalate the growing crisis in Ethiopia’s Oromia region.