Russia's invasion of Ukraine has highlighted the narrowness of the crude anti-imperialist positions that are silent about the actual invasion of an independent country.
Voter apathy among young people in Kenya reveals fundamental flaws in Kenya’s democratic politics.
Russia’s war with Ukraine has inaugurated the new Cold War most feared, and some wanted. Which side are you on?
In Mozambique, a troubling pattern of land grabbing, pollution and death. This time at the hands of a Brazilian-owned coal mine.
Total is creating a social and economic disaster in Mozambique, consulting the same playbook it uses in Myanmar and Yemen where it extracts resources and silences communities.
With the globe-spanning rise of right-wing populism, there may be good reason to fear for South Africa’s fledgling democracy.
Russia has invaded Ukraine. Its growing involvement in Africa raises questions about what a war in Europe means south of the Mediterranean. We discuss this with John Lechner on the AIAC Podcast.
Recently, gender-based violence has entered Senegal’s national conversation. But are people only paying lip service? On the AIAC Podcast we discuss women and the nation.
Where do African countries fall in the threatened invasion of Ukraine by Russia? Will African states side with the US or their European allies or with Russia?
The Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa was presented as a game-changer to address hunger. The consensus 15 years later: It failed.
On The Africa Is a Country Podcast: Israel's entanglement in a strike by South African dairy workers, and its campaign to acquire accreditation at the African Union.
The Kenyan Organic Intellectuals Network wants to challenge the vague manner elites there deal with the past and take on the challenges of the present.
This week on AIAC Talk: Pio Gama Pinto was Kenya’s first post-independence martyr. Why does he matter today?
Egyptian women's struggle today stands on the shoulders of many historical role models. One of them is Huda Shaarawi.
This week, AIAC talks with Dr. Lassane Ouedraogo on what's behind the coup in Burkina Faso.
With the recent series of military coups, especially in West Africa, what is left for the future of politics on the African continent?
Charles Njonjo's legacy is as member of a powerful group of Kikuyu chauvinists who surrounded Jomo Kenyatta and corrupted the state.
South Africa's labor movement is in crisis. How can it rebuild? We try to answer that question with Karl Cloete this week on AIAC Talk.
While Sierra Leone has come very far in its fight against sexual violence the question of safeguarding victims especially children needs urgent attention.
Mozambique should not move forward with extractivist mega-projects. They always contribute to serious violations of human rights, cause irreversible damage to the environment, and deepen the climate crisis.