Minimal media coverage by international media has left Americans, and much of the world, unaware that US troops are active in almost every African country.
It took almost 110 years until Germany accepted the fact of the Namibian Genocide of 1904-1908.
The centrality of land in the new economic and social spaces and relations produced by conflict and displacement.
Three factors underpin Sudan’s political and economic entanglements with the West.
Right before he was fired, outgoing US Secretary of State visited six African countries. Here's why.
Neoliberalism's model of social justice: the rich prosper, but an appropriate percentage of them are minorities or women.
Burkina Faso is a rare recent instance of a popular movement that managed to directly topple a sitting government.
That China influences 'regime change' in Africa became popular after the military coup in Zimbabwe.
The question since the return to civilian rule in Liberia has been how quickly its fragmented institutions could be rebuilt.
Why are anti-trafficking campaigns not working? For one, they don't focus on migrant women's motives.
Germany’s relatively short-lived, but yet brutal, colonial history, and the politics of its memorialization
More recently the African Union has made it a policy to challenge unconstitutional transitions of power. Why not in Zimbabwe?
Large parts of Cape Town have always been like cities elsewhere on the continent, and not an exception.
South Africa's new President carries much hope. But fundamental change requires he radically restructures the state and the economy.
Zimbabwe's splintered opposition appears poised to be out-maneuvered by the ruling ZANU-PF in elections later this year.
The plight of white South Africans has clearly become the flavor of the month on the far-right.
Nigerian Twitter: “If you want to help Libya slaves/immigrants, don't bring them back home. Help them reach their destination in Europe"
The Ethiopia inscribed with anti-colonial meanings after its victory over European colonialism in 1896 was a colonizing state itself.
Jacob Zuma's nearly decade long regime competed with Thabo Mbeki as the worst presidency of South Africa's short post-apartheid order.
There is a collective national ignorance that surrounds the United States' vast military presence in Africa.