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Why Can’t Nigeria’s President Defeat Boko Haram?
Muhammadu Buhari, a disciplinarian former military leader, came to power in Nigeria with a specific mandate to improve ...
October 10, 2016
From Gabon to Zimbabwe, African Presidents Are Under Siege
It's sometimes democracy as we know it—albeit with twists and turns—but there is certainly a new appetite for ...
September 4, 2016
Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister Makes a Doomed Pitch to London’s Big Businesses
Zimbabwe has no money, and its government has no fiscal plan. Its reserves are emptied, tax revenues are ...
July 6, 2016
South Africa’s Myopic Youth Protesters Speeding the End of an Inclusive Society
As student unrest sweeps South Africa, the debate and discourse laid out in youthful pronouncements and Twitter feeds ...
June 4, 2016
Riots, Slowdown, and Corruption Eat Away at Southern Africa’s Promise
These are dark days for southern Africa.
May 10, 2016
A Month of Elections and Referendums Paints a Mixed Picture of African Democracy
Africa is coming off a long run of elections and referendums that embody the good, the bad, and ...
April 9, 2016
By Clinging On, Uganda’s President Has Hollowed Out His Country’s Politics
All over the world, leaders are being turfed out of office—or at least being reminded that they can’t ...
March 6, 2016
South African Students Toppled Rhodes—But They Can’t Get Rid of Zuma
In some ways, South Africa's president, Jacob Zuma, must be exceptionally happy about the #Rhodesmustfall campaign. After all, ...
February 22, 2016
2015: The Year in Elections
2015 has been a dramatic year in elections around the world: old leaders were toppled, upstarts and novices ...
January 9, 2016
In Europe as in Africa, Tired Countries Draft in Their Leaders From Abroad
Africa's outsider leaders may have good ideas, but as in Croatia, the execution of those ideas is the ...
January 4, 2016
A Chaotic Month in Africa: Nigeria Stumbles On as South Africa Stalls
All in all, the last month in Africa has offered plenty to raise eyebrows.
October 11, 2015
Decline and Decay: a Sobering Trip Through Southern Africa
I spent most of August 2015 in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Zambia—a depressing and mournful tour indeed.
September 6, 2015
Biden’s SEC Reacts Negatively to Bipartisan, Pro-Market ‘Responsible Financial Innovation Act’
32,000 Residents Told to Evacuate or Issued Warnings as Australia Faces Fourth Flooding Event of 2022
Australia to Lift COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates for Overseas Travellers
Musk Breaks Silence on Twitter With Photo Alongside the Pope
DHS to Enforce ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy for Several More Weeks, Warn Migrants Not to Come: Mayorkas
Political Polarization Worsens in Corporate America: New Study
Supreme Court Security Chief Sparks War of Words Over Police Protection of Justices
White House Defends Biden’s Twitter Post on Gas Stations
Tsitsipas Calls Kyrgios Bully After Wimbledon Hubbub, Loss
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JP Morgan: Oil Price Could More Than Triple If Russia Decides to Cut Output