The country’s strongman plans to step down, but the United States must tread carefully.
Zanu-PF has proven time and again that it will resort to violence to stay in power. The MDC Alliance must pursue a coalition deal with President Mnangagwa, or more lives will be lost.
The United Nations and foreign powers claim they are dedicated to building up the Somali National Army. Instead, they have become complicit in its dysfunction.
In an interview, Tunisian foreign minister says Western-led action in Libya in 2011 was reckless.
The government claims the country is having an election. Fighters in the East are preparing for battle.
Monday’s election is an opportunity for Washington to come down on the side of accountability and constitutional rule.
Zimbabwe is signing up for China's surveillance state, but its citizens will pay the price.
While Washington turns a blind eye, autocrats across the continent are muzzling their citizens online.
Abiy Ahmed and Isaias Afwerki are racing toward peace because they both face the same threat: hard-liners in the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front.
The end of economic isolation hasn’t brought a financial windfall or more freedom. Instead, the regime is as strong as ever while ordinary people suffer.
The new Spanish prime minister has refused to follow Italy in a race to the bottom, but that doesn’t mean that Madrid will lead the EU to adopt more humane migration policies.
As the country prepares for the first post-Mugabe elections, the United States and its allies must use all the leverage they have to demand genuine reform.
Calling for elections in the absence of stable institutions while competing for diplomatic and economic influence won’t rebuild the country — it will destroy it.