African studies

The war in Tigray: the beginning of an end to the conflict for Ethiopia?

Since the beginning of November 2020, the Tigray region has been the scene of a conflict between the Tigray People's…

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Where is Mali going? Evolution scenarios

The main determinant of these scenarios was the mode of governance in Bamako and in the regions that eventually became…

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The challenges facing Algeria in the African Sahel region

Algeria lives on the impact of a turbulent regional context and sources of threat with security dimensions, whether from the…

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The future of African economies according to Agenda 2063

During the meeting devoted to the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Organization of African Unity…

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The winners and losers from the killing of Chadian President Idriss Deby

The late Chadian President Idriss Déby came to power in 1990 when his forces overthrew the then Chadian president, Hossein…

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De-Colonization and Asian African Resurgence

No doubt, thirteen British colonies of North America got independence in the eighteenth century and many Spanish colonies of South…

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Theoretical analysis of local government and civil administration in Darfur-western Sudan, in the past and present

This article discusses the local government and civil administration in Darfur Region, western Sudan.

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The specter of civil war threatens federal Ethiopia… Abi Ahmed is caught in the Tigrayan predicament

A dangerous development reflected in the announcement by Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed the deployment of the army in the…

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Circular Economy: A New Pathway to Sustainability in Africa

Traditional economic development approaches usually associated with natural resources depletion and causes severe ecological and social impacts.

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