Rapid population growth is about to hit the countries whose economies and climates are least equipped to handle it.
The world’s decentralized internet is coming under competition.
Expansion of the economic alliance furthers its efforts to counter Western dominance.
Bola Tinubu’s new role as ECOWAS chair, and the coup in Niger, present an opportunity for a foreign-policy reset.
Free grain promises to African nations aren’t enough to pull the continent to Moscow’s side.
The Wagner Group’s short-lived mutiny seems to have weakened Putin—but that isn’t necessarily a win for Washington.
The delegation of African leaders was met with a missile barrage on Kyiv and made little progress in talks with Zelensky.
The defenses that made the country unique are falling one by one—leaving political discontent and spiritual voids exposed to al Qaeda.
Western leaders and filmmakers have long denied the link between modern Egypt and its ancient heritage.
Greater ethnic diversity, debt burdens, and democratized politics have complicated Africa’s path to development.