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Rapid population growth is about to hit the countries whose economies and climates are least equipped to handle it.
What will the reported death of mercenary leader Yevgeny Prigozhin’s mean for the Wagner operation in Africa, and the countries on that continent where they operate?
Bola Tinubu’s new role as ECOWAS chair, and the coup in Niger, present an opportunity for a foreign-policy reset.
African leaders are leaving two days of meetings with Vladimir Putin with little to show for their requests to resume a deal that kept grain flowing from Ukraine and to find a path to end the war. (Image credit: Pavel Bednyakov/AP)
Vladimir Putin is hosting leaders from the continent, promising aid and lashing out at the West.
As Russia wraps up its high level summit with African countries Friday, just how much real influence does Russia have in the continent?
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Free grain promises to African nations aren’t enough to pull the continent to Moscow’s side.
At a summit in St. Petersburg, Russia, President Vladimir V. Putin offered free grain as he sought to shore up ties with the continent. But lower-than-hoped-for attendance among African leaders hinted at tempering support.