Port of Doraleh, Djibouti, one of the key points in the Red Sea Arena. (Photo/Evan Schneider/UN/Flickr).

As Geopolitical Interest In The Red Sea Grows, Lessons From Other Maritime Hotspots Will Be Key To Its Stability

Concerns about Red Sea security are high right now due in part to Yemens civil war.


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A soldier in France's Barkhane operation in Mali. (Photo/Fred Marie/Flickr).

Africa’s Insecurity Is Leading To A Growing Foreign Military Presence: Time To Ring The Alarm Bells?

There are just too many foreign military actors on the continent busy executing their own agendas.


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Nelson Mandela Statue, in front of South African Embassy under construction, Washington, DC. (Photo/ Flickr/ Ted Eytan)

How An African Passport Could Answer The ‘African Predicament’: That Of Independence Without Freedom

Visa and immigration officials at the gates of major embassies seem to have great talent and insatiable penchant for choreographic, inane demonstrations of power.


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Morocco On A Diplomatic And Economic Offensive In Africa, 33 Years After It Left The OAU. Will The Strategy Deliver?

Morocco is today the second largest foreign investor, after South Africa, in other AU countries. Its also now in a position to grant foreign aid that swings AU votes in its favour.