If national security in Niger continues to decline, then ECOWAS may have to make good on its threat to use force in Niger.
It is hard to see a clear solution in the long run for Sudan and its people. Another Sudanese Civil War is likely on the cards.
Egypt: Without reforms, we will witness an economic decline that will destabilize one of the biggest societies in North Africa.
In the early 2010s, Tunisia was the first country in the Arab world to experience the mass demonstrations that were soon dubbed the Arab Spring.
With such widespread suffering within Ethiopia, the need to end the fighting takes on a new urgency.
This week, the military in Sudan orchestrated a coup d’état and arrested the Prime Minister and cabinet members.
By Ilan Fuchs, Ph.D.Faculty Member, Legal Studies A few months ago, I wrote an article on the dire economic situation…
U.S. recognition of Western Sahara as an independent state can be challenged on the basis of morality, but politically it will have limited results.