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02.Mar.2017

Morocco wrong-foots its African critics

The continued denial of “self determination” for the Sahrawis is a central argument of the 15 member states who voted against Morocco’s readmission to the African Union. By TERENCE MCNAMEE, GREG ...

17.Feb.2017

Africa Inc: Part 2

Governance in Africa might have improved over the past 10 years, but advances haven't been as widespread as some would have liked. So how much progress are African countries really making when ...

15.Feb.2017

New US administration finds political foundation in creaky culture theory

Prominent in the 1990s and resurrected after 9/11, academic’s predictions of a clash of civilisations has returned, writes Terence McNamee 15 FEBRUARY 2017 - 06:17 AM TERENCE MCNAMEE

12.Jan.2017

What Can Africa Expect of President-elect Donald Trump?

President-elect Donald J. Trump has promised to shift U.S. foreign policy priorities and to reshape America’s system of alliances. While Africa did not feature in the U.S. presidential campaign, it ...

13.Dec.2016

Resetting South Africa's Foreign Policy

Just as wars cannot be solely waged by the military and trade cannot solely be pursued by businesspeople, diplomats require integrating the appropriate tools of foreign policy across government. A ...

20.Jul.2016

Le Mans 2016: Cool Runnings in the South of France

Team Africa Le Mans, 23 volunteers driving a Ginetta G55 race car with a cheetah emblazoned on the bonnet, headed to the Paul Ricard racetrack to take on a 24-hour endurance race, armed with little ...

05.Jul.2016

Take a Chance: Welcome to the golden underground world of Zama-Zamas

After 120 years of mining, a 16,000km labyrinth of underground passageways extends across the Witwatersrand belt. An estimated 350 illegal miners operate in the West Wits area at any one time, ...

28.Jun.2016

Botswana's President Ian Khama: Diamonds are not forever

In 1966 Botswana was one of the least developed and poorest nations in the world, its per capita income then just $83. By the turn of the 21st century, Botswana’s per capita GDP, at $7,300, was ...

07.Jun.2016

Ethiopia’s Hailemariam Desalegn: Growth has to be shared to be sustainable

It’s hard not to be impressed by the clarity of strategic vision, single-mindedness, lack of political correctness and focus on execution in Ethiopia. By GREG MILLS.

06.Jun.2016

Video of some of the proceedings of the Aus Africa Dialogue Report launch in Canberra

Video of The Aus Africa Dialogue Report was launched in Canberra, Australia on the 2 June 2016 by ASPI and the Brenthurst Foundation.

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