Africa

By Jonathan “JB” Bissell
Contributing Writer
June 15th, 2016

Corruption among Sierra Leone’s leaders has exacerbated the damage done by poor government institutions founded in the colonial era. The United States must work with fellow democracies to create a financial incentive for reform in the country.

By Aaron Gluck
Staff Writer
July 7, 2015

Despite a May 2015 peace agreement, major arms traffickers still have a potential market in the Central African Republic.

By Greg Zitelli
Contributing Writer
April 6, 2015

How Rwanda’s Paul Kagame uses the country’s genocide memorials as a political instrument.

By Priya Vithani
Contributing Writer
March 27, 2015

Since his instatement, President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt has strategically directed security developments to shape domestic policy in a way that has garnered support for his administration and cemented its anti-Islamist posture, easing the advancement of the anti-Islamist agenda outside the country.

By Barrett Browne
Contributing Writer
March 26, 2015

Instability, corruption, and economics threaten Nigeria’s future, while neither candidate offers much reason for optimism.

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