The Presidential Transition Is Going Smoothly. In Ghana.
How Ghana silenced the haters and losers by holding free, fair elections and transitioning power peacefully.
Elections in Ghana Marred by Attempt to Hack Website and Calls for the President to Concede
Ghana's elections seemed to be going smoothly. Then the results started coming in.
How Mobsters Ran a Fake U.S. Embassy in Ghana For Over 10 Years
Consular services just got a whole lot edgier.
Has Ghana’s Electoral Commission Undermined Its Own Elections?
Some watching West Africa are worried about Ghana's presidential elections.
The Weekend Behind, The Week Ahead: Castro Is Dead, The Recount Lives
Here's what happened in the world this weekend as you were eating your leftover Thanksgiving turkey.
The Waves Will Take Us Away
Climate change is destroying thousands of miles of West Africa's coastline. It's only a matter of time before it knocks out the region's economy, too.
West Africa Is Being Swallowed by the Sea
Encroaching waters off the coast of Togo, Ghana, Mauritania, and others are destroying homes, schools, fish, and a way of life.
President of Ghana: Car Accidents Are More Dangerous Than Gitmo Detainees
On Tuesday, Ghana defended its choice to accept detainees from Guantánamo who were never charged with crimes.
The Worst Corruption Scandals of 2015
A number of corruption scandals exploded in 2015. FP looks back at some of the most egregious.
Ghanaian Opposition Leader Fears Election Fraud Could Create ‘Combustible Cocktail’
Ghana has long been considered Africa's most stable democracy. Now, opposition leaders say they have reason to fear those days are over.
In Ghana, Student’s Radicalization Prompts Fears ISIS Is Infiltrating Universities
Ghana is situated in a turbulent neighborhood, but has managed to stay free from signs of extremist behavior -- until this week, when officials confirmed at least two citizens have joined the Islamic State.