New AtlanticistJul 20, 2023
Russian War Report: Wagner is still in business in Africa
By Digital Forensic Research Lab
Despite their Russia-based forces being relocated to Belarus after their failed mutiny, Wagner Group is still alive and active in Africa, including ahead of a referendum in the Central African Republic.
UkraineAlertJul 20, 2023
“Pariah” Putin forced to cancel travel plans over fears of war crimes arrest
By Peter Dickinson
Vladimir Putin's pariah status has been confirmed after he was forced to cancel plans to attend a summit of BRICS leaders in South Africa over fears that he may be arrested for war crimes, writes Peter Dickinson.
Executive SummaryJul 11, 2023
In brief: The future of US-Africa trade and investment
By Frannie Léautier
Since 2000, US trade policy for Africa has been the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) which gives duty-free access to the US market for eligible countries in sub-Saharan Africa. With AGOA due to expire in 2025, policymakers must decide the future of US-Africa trade going forward to build on its previous achievements.
AfricaSourceJun 15, 2023
Give Africa’s peace delegation for Ukraine a chance
By Rama Yade
The African presidents aiming to bring an end to Russia’s war in Ukraine can be a part of the solution to a global problem rather than sit on the sidelines of geopolitics as collateral victims.
EnergySourceMar 28, 2023
Country spotlight: Unlocking a high-energy future for Zambia
By Maia Sparkman, William Tobin
Smart private sector investment in Zambia could drive a high-energy, high-growth future as the country reforms. This could make Zambia a model for neighboring countries looking to advance their own energy transformations.