Alex de Waal


Alex de Waal is the executive director of the World Peace Foundation. His book, New Pandemics, Old Politics: Two Hundred Years of War on Disease and Its Alternatives is published by Polity this month.

Articles by Alex de Waal
A medical worker closes an ambulance’s doors.
A medical worker closes an ambulance’s doors.
Eritrean soldiers wait in line to cross the border to attend a reopening ceremony with Ethiopia in Serha, Eritrea, on Sept. 11, 2018.
Eritrean soldiers wait in line to cross the border to attend a reopening ceremony with Ethiopia in Serha, Eritrea, on Sept. 11, 2018.
Members of a military band attend an event to honor Ethiopia’s national defense forces in Addis Ababa, on Nov. 17.
Members of a military band attend an event to honor Ethiopia’s national defense forces in Addis Ababa, on Nov. 17.
A boy living in a derelict building damaged during the Angolan civil war is seen through a hole in Kuito, in Angola’s Bie province, on June 2.
A boy living in a derelict building damaged during the Angolan civil war is seen through a hole in Kuito, in Angola’s Bie province, on June 2.
Sudanese protesters demand civilian rule in Omdurman on June 29.
Sudanese protesters demand civilian rule in Omdurman on June 29.
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