A new tragedy is currently unfolding in Sudan, but the international community has barely paid any attention.
Adrian Jennings examines how pan-Africanism has shaped politics on the continent.
Just days after the attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris, Boko Haram killed as many as 2,000 people in northern Nigeria.
The immense scale of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa can be attributed to poor local governance.
Following Blaise Compaore’s resignation from the presidency in Burkina Faso, the United States and its Western allies must ensure a peaceful, yet expedient, transition of power.
Richard Wang examines the rhetoric surrounding the Ebola outbreak in Western nations, and interrogates whether the current framing of the disease is leading to effective policy responses.