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Former Director General of the WTO Pascal Lamy draws on his rich strategic vision to outline a path for Europe and Africa in the midst of crises and power struggles.
Slim Khalbous, rector of the AUF, explains the mission of an organisation that unites over a thousand universities using the French language in 119 countries.
African leaders have paid tribute to the late British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, although some critics have said Africans cannot mourn a member of a royal family closely associated with colonial oppression.
Bertrand Badie, emeritus professor at Sciences Po Paris, refutes the old-fashioned view of international relations. In an era of profound change, he argues we are seeing the growth of global governance.
Senegal’s ambassador to the European Union pleads for bold action by governments in favour of the people and the image that Africa projects to the world.
As the first AfriCaribbean Trade and Investment Forum (ACTIF) takes place in Bridgetown, Barbados, Prof. Benedict Oramah outlines the significance of this historic meeting.
Africa-Caribbean trade remains well below its potential, but basic steps can help to build new economic bridges between these historically intertwined regions.
The world is in the grip of tensions that are affecting all our lives deeply. Former French Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin surveys the situation ahead of an important meeting of leaders, experts and political scientists on 26 August.
Former Tunisian Minister of Economy and Finance Hakim Ben Hammouda suggests how to relaunch and stabilise the continent’s economy in order to preserve the social contract.
Global kidnappings increased by 50% from 2020 to 2021. Martin Boreham considers what can be done to mitigate the risk.
Recent reports on the state of gender inequality in finance, business and the workplace confirm that resource allocation to GEE is meagre and progress towards its implementation painstakingly slow.
This unique polling of the opinions of Africa’s youth is an invaluable guide for the continent’s leaders as they try to chart out courses for the future.