Africa: Dinamici, Tendințe – doc

Is India the New China in Africa? – FP, 17.06
Promising a more inclusive and transparent development model, New Delhi is looking to become the region’s biggest partner. By Harsh V. Pant, the director of research at the Observer Research Foundation, and Abhishek Mishra, a junior fellow at the Observer Research Foundation


Lack of Vaccines Fuels Terrorism in Africa – FP, 10.06
To avoid more instability, it is time for all wealthy nations to start sharing. By Rose Namayanja, the former Uganda information minister


Nigeria’s Twitter Ban Is an Economic Disaster in the Making – FP, 17.06
A promising tech transformation may be disrupted by the president’s ego. By Zainab Onuh-Yahaya, a journalist and law grad writing from Abuja, Nigeria

Nigeria’s Military Is Part of the Problem. It’s Also the Solution – FP, 7.06
Soldiers don’t belong on the streets—and the army is uniquely placed to pressure the government for police reforms to tackle rampant insecurity. By Max Siollun, a Nigerian historian and the author of What Britain Did to Nigeria: A Short History of Conquest and Rule

Nigeria’s Twitter Ban Is Another Sign Dictatorship Is Back – FP, 7.06
A hasty and extralegal restriction has been imposed by an increasingly tyrannical president. By Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún

Boko Haram Isn’t Nigeria’s Biggest Problem – FP, 4.06
Bandits in the country’s northwest are terrorizing civilians, destabilizing the region, and empowering jihadists. By James Barnett, a Fulbright visiting fellow at the University of Lagos and a non-resident research fellow at the Hudson Institute.


Le Monde: Prezenţa Rusiei în Republica Centrafricană îngrijorează Franţa – RFI, 27.05


The United States Returns to Africa – FP, 24.03
After Trump’s insults and detachment, the Biden administration is crafting a new, more engaged approach to the continent.


What Ethiopia Can Learn From Japan – FP, 24.03
Abiy Ahmed must return to his concept of “medemer” and reject the notion of politics as a zero-sum game. By Seifudein Adem


‘People Are Scared’: U.S. Officials in Africa Fight a Resurgent COVID-19 – FP, 3.02
As a new variant of the coronavirus spreads across southern Africa, U.S. aid officials are worried about health care—and a lack of guidance from Washington. By Amy Mackinnon, Robbie Gramer


Africa’s Road to Recovery in 2021 is a Fresh Start – CH, 5.01
The continent now has a chance to reshape its relations with the global economy to create greater pan-African prosperity and resilience for future generations.


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Is Ethiopia the Next Yugoslavia? – FP, 31.12
A country that once seemed to hold great promise for peaceful democratization has descended into conflict. Here’s what could happen next.


2020/2021 : la parole aux penseurs africains Nadia Yala Kisukidi et Mamadou Diouf – 28.12

  • Soixante ans après les indépendances de 17 pays africains, où en est la “décolonisation des savoirs” ? En cette fin d’année 2020, une année bien particulière, nous vous proposons un débat d’idées entre deux penseurs : Nadia Yala Kisukidi, maîtresse de conférences en philosophie à l’université Paris-VIII et co-commissaire de la Biennale de Kinshasa Yango II, et Mamadou Diouf, professeur à l’Institut d’études africaines de l’université Columbia à New York et historien spécialiste de l’empire colonial français.

Nigeria – Future African Superpower – Futurology, 24.12

  • Nigeria is quickly transforming into an African superpower. Throughout the past two decades, Nigeria’s economy and population have increased dramatically. This growth will continue into the future, propelling Nigeria onto the world stage. By 2050, it will be the third largest country by population and will have one of the world’s largest economies.
  • As Nigeria’s population and economy grow, its military will strengthen and its foreign influence will expand.
  • Nigeria’s film industry, Nollywood, along with its music and fashion industries will make Nigerian culture commonplace throughout the world.
  • In review, Nigeria is quickly transforming into the world’s first African superpower.

Assessing Change in African Democracies – CH, 18.12
2020 was anticipated to be a year of landmark elections across Africa, with numerous countries at critical junctures in their transitions to electoral democracy.


It’s Time for an Africa Policy Upgrade – FP, 1.12
Washington has sidelined Africa for too long. The Biden administration should take a new approach. By Aubrey Hruby


‘Put South Africa First’ Breeds Hate Toward Other Africans – FP, 24.11
Anti-foreigner sentiments are growing against Nigerians like me. By Patrick Egwu


Bolstering Africa’s Covid-19 response: How can African & international efforts defeat the pandemic? – Paris Peace Forum, 20.11


Central & Eastern Europe and EU–Africa Relations After 2020 – CH, 19.11
The EU’s newer member states can help shape a more equal partnership between Europe and Africa – by Ștefan Cibian


Dangote, Machel, Masiyiwa: Preserving Economic Livelihood in Africa – Bloomberg New Economy Forum 2020, 19.11


Nigeria Tech Summit – Global Startup Ecosistem, 4.12

Africa Future Summit 2020 – Global Startup Ecosistem, 19.11


How to navigate Africa’s institutional landscape – ECFR, 19.11


Meet the World’s Largest Free Trade Area – FP, 13.11
When it comes into effect, the African Continental Free Trade Area will remake African economies—and the world’s. By Gyude Moore, Bogolo Kenewendo


Biden’s Priority in Africa Should Be Debt Relief – FP 12.11
More than other kinds of aid, to get out from under China’s thumb, the continent will need debt financing and private investment. By Theodore Murphy


How Africa could one day rival China – The Economist, 7.04.20


Africa and the EU: Cooperation for a Sustainable Future – CH, 10.11
Slovenia’s annual high-level Africa event seeks to improve policy outcomes for citizens in Europe and Africa as a result of mutual understanding and strengthened cooperation between the two regions.

Central and Eastern Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa. The Potential of Investment Partnerships for Mutual Benefit – CH, 2019
Trade between Central and Eastern Europe and sub-Saharan Africa has increased significantly in the last decade and a half. There is a strong case to be made for greater economic re-engagement, especially in terms of investment, that has the potential to support inclusive growth in both regions.

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