ReportDec 5, 2023
How green banking can unlock climate solutions in Africa
By Jean-Paul Mvogo
In order to succeed in its transition to a green and inclusive economy, Africa must ramp up its green banking ecosystems and mobilize resources needed to finance climate mitigation and adaptation while also addressing deforestation, pollution and biodiversity loss.
ReportOct 26, 2023
AGOA and the future of US-Africa Trade
By Frannie Léautier
Frannie Léautier launches her new report “AGOA and the future of US-Africa trade.” AGOA serves as a key tool for both the United States and Africa as they look for ways to redefine and build their relationships.
ReportFeb 23, 2023
Russia’s influence in Africa, a security perspective
By Sarah Daly & Abdelhak Bassou
In partnership with the Policy Center for the New South (PCNS), the Africa Center is proud to present the joint report “Russia’s influence in Africa, a security perspective”, by Sarah Daly and Abdelhak Bassou, on the first anniversary of the war in Ukraine.
ReportFeb 11, 2022
Sahel: Moving beyond military containment policy report
By Pierre Englebert, Rida Lyammouri
Over the last ten years, violence and political instability have spread across the West African Sahel. Multiple foreign interventions and local governments have proved unable to stem the crisis. This report analyses the multiple failures at the root of the crisis and makes innovative policy recommendations.
ReportMay 14, 2021
Growing green: Catalyzing climate finance in African markets
By Emilie Bel
While African countries are the most impacted by the effects of climate change, the continent is home to an abundance of natural resources and vibrant economic prospects. To face the climate emergency, overcome the economic shock of COVID-19, and ensure that African economic development is sustainable, growth can only be green. However, tapping into Africa’s vast potential will require mobilizing billions in investment for infrastructure.
Issue BriefApr 28, 2021
Partnering for Africa’s digital future: Opportunities for the United States, South Korea, and India
By Aleksandra Gadzala Tirziu
For Washington, cooperation with emerging powers such as South Korea and India could advance US influence in Africa and could help ensure that Beijing’s digital foothold on the continent does not deepen.
ReportApr 19, 2021
Priorities for US-Africa commercial policy in the Biden Administration
By Aubrey Hruby
This new decade has created a unique moment for the Biden administration to reset US-Africa policy. A more multifaceted and nuanced engagement with African states will set a foundation for stronger US-Africa partnerships, support mutual economic growth, and contribute to strengthening US global leadership.