Elizabeth Gray, Chirrilo Madut, Bol Mawien, Chris Newton, and Naomi Pendle
Humanitarians struggle to warn about, prevent, and respond to starvation when the population of concern is either small or large but not concentrated geographically. Perhaps nowhere else in the world is this challenge faced more frequently than in South Sudan. Over the last […]Continue Reading →
By Nisar Majid and Khalif Abdirahman
A Two-Year Presidential Extension in Somalia?
Somalia’s President and Lower House of Parliament have just extended their terms in office by two years, after many months of wrangling. Many – but far from all – of Somalia’s international partners have been vocal in their criticism of this […]Continue Reading →
New Report provides the first global analysis of how conflict in, or involving, a recipient state, impacts exporters’ willingness to supply arms. It analyses the top eleven global arms suppliers over the ten-year period 2009-18.Continue Reading →
Telile Dange of KMN interviews Alex de Waal on Ethiopia and regional politics as it related to Oromo and Tigray struggles. Originally published on February 11, 2021.Continue Reading →
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