James Jeffrey examines the domestic wars over khat consumption.
Inarguably, education is one of the best investments any country can make, to enhance its development. Sadly in many parts of the world, conflicts are …
Muhammad Ali was held to be an inspiration to Africans everywhere.
Almost a decade since the African Union military intervention in Somalia, the antagonists have fought to a standstill. Or maybe not. All things considered, explains Ben Rawlence, it could well be in East Africa’s interest to keep al-Shabaab alive.
Youth radicalisation and recruitment into jihadist groups is on the rise. Little is said about the histories of exclusion and marginalisation fuelling recruitment, argues Paul Goldsmith.
Somaliland’s relative peace and stability place it on the cusp of transformation.