AfricaSourceMay 5, 2023
The EU global investment initiative that could close Africa’s infrastructure gap
By Emilie Bel
The initiative could provide the African continent with the billions needed to close the infrastructure gap. But for it to be a success, several conditions must be met.
AfricaSourceApr 12, 2023
As Sudan’s transition to democracy accelerates, reforming the security forces must be a top priority
By Benjamin Mossberg
The Sudanese Armed Forces and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces must be governed by the rule of law and work to protect democracy and human rights in Sudan.
AfricaSourceMar 13, 2023
The US has gotten the day to day right in Africa policy. Time to think bigger.
By Aubrey Hruby
The Biden administration’s commitment to high-level engagement with African leaders is welcome, but its recent US-Africa Leaders summit should have been a launch pad for big, bold ideas.
AfricaSourceMar 9, 2023
How genealogy can help restore historical ties through meaningful diaspora engagement
By Tyrell Junius
If the United States truly wants to embrace the African diaspora, it must create policies that promote the digitization of records and the creation of databases that are affordable and accessible to the public.
New AtlanticistMar 1, 2023
Experts react: As the ruling party’s Tinubu wins a contested election, what’s next for Nigeria?
By Atlantic Council experts
What went wrong with election administration and what can Bola Tinubu do to win over his critics? Atlantic Council experts, one of whom served on the ground as an election monitor, weigh in.
AfricaSourceFeb 23, 2023
The African Union is at a crossroads. It’s time to seize its moment.
By Rama Yade
The African Union needs to be strong inside to be strong outside. The new chair will need to kick off an exploration of the Union’s organization, identity, role, and means.