It took almost 110 years until the German government was willing to accept the fact of the Namibian Genocide of 1904-1908.
The central role of land in the new economic and social spaces and relations produced by conflict and displacement.
Three factors that underpin Sudan’s political and economic entanglements with the West may explain its economic troubles
Right before he was fired, outgoing US Secretary of State visited six African countries. Here's why.
The sort of female representation seen at places like the World Economic Forum is a superficial detraction.
The 2014 uprising in Burkina Faso was a rare instance in Africa of a popular movement that managed to directly topple a sitting government.
The idea that China is influencing regime change in Africa, became popular after a military coup ended Robert Mugabe’s 37-year rule 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? One reason is they don't focus on African and Asian women's motives for crossing the Mediterranean: They need jobs and money.
Germany’s relatively short-lived, but yet brutal, colonial history, and the politics of its memorialization
Breaking with its habit of tolerating military coups, more recently the African Union has made it a policy to challenge unconstitutional transitions of power. Why not in Zimbabwe?
'Day Zero' shows that large parts of Cape Town have always been like cities elsewhere on the continent, and not--as the Democratic Alliance, which governs there likes to claim--an exception.
South Africa's new President carries much hope. But fundamental change requires he radically restructures the state and the economy.
In the mid-2000s and again in 2013, a splintered opposition was easily out-maneuvered by a politically savvy ZANU-PF. They appear poised to fall prey to the same fate in new elections.
“I’m going to South Africa,” far-right UK media personality Katie Hopkins announced in January 2018, to cover the “racial war waged by
At the end of January, a tweet by Leonard Doyle, spokesperson of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), was doing
On 1 March 1896, the First Italo-Ethiopian War reached its dramatic climax at Adwa, a decisive battle that secured
On Valentine’s Day, Jacob Zuma announced that he would resign as South Africa’s President. Earlier that
The US Africa Command (AFRICOM) is soon expected to release a series of reports on the
Save for President Donald Trump’s outbursts about “shithole” countries, telling African leaders at a United Nations luncheon