Skip to main content

Africa must choose renewables over coal

African heads of state and government convened at the annual African Union (AU) summit, and issues related to the continent’s economic growth and development were front and center.

Unrepresented: the curious absence of Somaliland from the AU Summits

It is famously noted that the African Union (AU) summit is an opportunity for demagogues and dictators of the continent to come together and congratulate each other for surviving yet another year at the helm of pyramids of oppression that subject their people to all forms of political, social, and economic subjugation.

The new normal: omitting the responsibility to protect

The Responsibility to Protect (R2P) is an emerging international security and human rights norm which seeks to enhance the state’s ability to protect civilians from four mass atrocity crimes: genocide, crimes against humanity, ethnic cleansing and war crimes.

Ethio-Eritrean Peace: Why Normalization is Farfetched

The people of Ethiopia and Eritrea have been watching the peace process that is expected to end two decades of a ‘frozen war.’ No doubt the attempts made, especially by Prime Minister Abiy (PhD), are unprecedented and courageous.