Africa

By Collin Hunt
Contributing Writer
October 21, 2014

The U.S. must proactively counter misconceptions about jihadism in North Africa to avoid compromising the mission in Iraq and Syria.

By Jaymes Hall
Contributor
July 14, 2014

Libya remains awash in weapons and ordnance, which will result in an extremely violent insurgency should armed actors escalate their conflict.

By Clay Moran
Staff Writer
January 20, 2014

The past month has revealed the delicacy of the South Sudanese crisis.

By Samia Basille
Contributor
September 29, 2013

Rebuilding Mali requires addressing political and socioeconomic needs in Mali, and the broader Sahel region.

By Florian Decludt
Contributor
September 8, 2013

Good governance is a key element to effectively combating piracy in the Gulf of Guinea.

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