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America’s new strategy in Africa: staging cold war 2.0

Since the cold war, Africa has been relatively unaffected by global polarization, giving it time to prioritize its development agenda. Africa was open to...

Ethiopia fills giant dam, amidst pressure from Sudan, Egypt

It was an event that was different from any other. Few people know what transpired at Guba, 683 km from Addis Ababa, last Thursday...

African Union – The long road to reform AU, beyond reach

When African leaders established the African Union Institutional Reform Program in 2016 and charged the President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, with leading the reform...

Amidst economic fallout, Russia, Europe’s diplomatic clout in Africa

It was unlike any previous occasion. Media outlets were invited only to listen, not to ask questions as they usually do. At an event...

Structural Adjustment Program (SAP), ‘a neo-colonial kit’

To what will Ethiopia adjust? From the streets of Khartoum to farmlands in Zimbabwe and households in Ethiopia, Africans agonizing over bad inflation rates, helplessness...

Behind the much-anticipated debt restructuring

Last week, the UN Secretary-General, António Guterres made an important remark on debt restructuring. He reminded G20 countries the urgency to reform the international debt...

Why Sudan’s military rule fears a civilian government?

A wave of public protests hit Sudan’s streets once more, aimed at forcing the Sudanese transitional military government to transfer power to a civilian...

Can the G7 chase China out of Africa?

The most interesting topic of this year’s G7 meeting that ended last Sunday was not about the rich countries, but rather Africa. After a...

China’s new language

With the US and Europe preoccupied by the war in Ukraine, China is testing the waters in politics with Africa, a rare language for...

Old ideologies, reluctant gov’ts hold back free trade agreement

It has been three years since 54 of the 55 African Union member states, except Eritrea, have signed the African Continental Free Trade Area...
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