Identity is more important than Religion in the CAR Crisis
A controversy over a new HRW report sparks some questions
A outburst of violence precedes the a deployment of an peacekeeping intervention brigade.
Our resident regional expert Carol Gallo takes us deep inside the troubles afflicting politics in the Central African Republic. Wonky political analysis to follow!
You may have missed it, but 2012 was a very a big year for African women.
The deaths of four students at Gezira University spark the renewal of #SudanRevolts protests.
The rebel force known as M23 says it is willing to negotiate, but the government says it must withdraw from the city of Goma first. Is this the start of another full scale conflict?
Ongoing negotiations between the two Sudans have resulted in an agreement on oil this weekend. Both countries made substantial concessions, but oil is only one aspect of the broader agreement set to be signed this year.
Security forces have clashed with demonstrators, who have been joined by Sudanese doctors, lawyers, and journalists. What is the next step for the #SudanRevolts protestors?