Africa Now - Weekly Newsletter (Week 52, 2023)


How the Global South is rediscovering centuries of shared history to challenge Western domination
India’s engagement with Africa, backed by the common legacy of a colonial past, aims to create a true multipolar wo....

Africa Now - Weekly Newsletter (Week 51, 2023)


China’s de-dollarization message finds a receptive audience in North Africa
Earlier this year, three of five countries in North Africa—Tunisia, Algeria, and Egypt—applied to join BRICS, the loose affiliation o....

A Victory for Democracy in Liberia

In a knife-edge election, Joseph Boakai made a stunning comeback and is set to become Liberia’s new leader. With 50.9 percent of the vote, the 78-year-old leader, a former vice president, saw a close victory over his main rival, incumbent Weah, who....

Africa Now - Weekly Newsletter (Week 50, 2023)


President Sisi’s third term will be his biggest challenge—not the upcoming Egyptian election
Egyptians head to the polls from December 10-12 to cast their ballots in a presidential election that analysts say is ....

Africa Now - Weekly Newsletter (Week 49, 2023)


Global Insecurity and Evolving India-Africa Defence Cooperation
This institution, over time, educated a generation of Ethiopian military officers from several other independent African nations.December 08, 2023 China , modi , Liberia , Ethiopia , Mozambique , Africa , South Sudan , BRICS , Tunisia , Egypt , Mauritius , Libya , Rwanda , G20 , Algeria , Sudan , Kenya , Somalia , Vaccine Diplomacy , Tanzania , VIF Africa Now , Morocco , Congo , Nigeria , South Africa , Zimbabwe , Malawi , Angola , India in Africa , Uganda , Zambia , Burkina Faso , Malaria , BRI. Cameroon
Africa Now - Weekly Newsletter (Week 48, 2023)


Africa: China's Past and Present Ties with African Ruling Parties
Political analysts and opposition politicians in Africa accuse China of undermining the spread of democracy in the region by propping up entrenched r....

Africa Now - Weekly Newsletter (Week 47, 2023)


Can Africa Challenge China’s Stranglehold in Lithium?
If Africa wants to reap the rewards from its lithium industry, it must step up its game and learn to tame the Dragon. The flow and pace of the global energy tr....

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