After three years in power, Egypt’s President Sisi is looking vulnerable as foreign funding and public patience run out over his failure to tackle the country’s longstanding economic crisis.
Once a theatre for proxy wars, Africa must now confront the spectre
of homegrown terrorism by knowing its enemies, choosing its friends
and fighting the instinct for overkill, argues Kalundi Serumaga.
It is time for Tunisians to start building a normal state where security and sound economic management buttress democratic governance.
General Khalifa Haftar is a former Gathafi loyalist who in the past year became Libya’s most prominent “rogue general” and is now head of the internationally recognised national army.
Land grabbing is not a new phenomenon in Sudan. The antagonism between private property and customary approaches to land ownership stretches back through the post-independence period and into the colonial era.