African Politics and Policy

Online Journal

Month: September 2016

Chad: Storia di un viaggio fantastico

La storia di un viaggio fantastico nelle savane del Chad e’ diventata un libro che viene presentato oggi a Verona…

Gabon: crimes against humanity?

The government of Gabon asked ICC to launch an investigation on the post-election violence. The government claims that the opposition…

South Sudan: Stop Machar, please

After Dr Riek Machar, former vice-president and leader of the rebels, announced that he may return to the battlefield if…

South Sudan: former minister launches a new party

Dr Lam Akol, former minister of agriculture in the transitional government, decided to launch a new party. The new party,…

Ethiopia denies asylum to Machar

Former vice-president and leader of the rebels, Dr Riek Machar was not granted asylum by the Ethiopian government (http://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/news/Ethiopia-rejects-Riek-Machar-Khartoum-wants-him-gone/2558-3392704-1yfd64z/index.html). The…

East African economies back on track

East African economies are doing relatively well. The economy in Kenya is expected to grow at 6 per cent (http://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/business/Kenya-economy-on-track-for-6pc-growth-says-central-bank/2560-3399348-8jhwtcz/index.html),…

Kenyan scholars wins major international award

A Ph.d student at the University of Nairobi won the Bright Award for Environmental Sustainability awarded by Stanford University (USA)…

Boko Haram in Chad

The activities of Boko Haram have caused the displacement of 1.4 million people from the Lake Chad Basin and left…

Sudan and Chad will support Central African Republic

Security in Central African Republic can only be achieved if countries in the region commit themselves to monitor the borders…

Security and stability in Chad and Sudan

The president of Chad argued that security and stability in Sudan is tied to the security and stability in Chad…

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