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The African Geopolitical ATLAS 2020: 84 outlooks of Africa
28Apr
The African Geopolitical ATLAS 2020: 84 outlooks of Africa
Publication
Stake experts has just published the first edition of its African Geopolitical ATLAS 2020. This 222-pages bilingual (English and French) book aims to provide decision-makers with a snapshot of the geopolitical changes taking place on the continent during the study period. It is the result of two years of collecting and processing statistical data from the 54 countries of the African continent.

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Lancement de la phase opérationnelle de la Zlecaf, Sommet de Niamey, 2019 (© Ambassade du Niger au Mali)
02Sep
What contribution of the AfCFTA to peace and security in Africa?
Insight
The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), the operational phase of which was launched at the 12th Extraordinary Meeting of the Summit of Heads of State and Government of the African Union, held on July 7, 2019, in Niamey, Niger, is a crucial step in the continent’s economic integration process.

Beyond the theoretical argument suggesting increased interdependence through the necessary stability that promotes trade, what contribution can the AfCFTA make to a more stable and prosperous Africa?

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24Jul
BRIEFING : Ethiopia, political tensions in the context of the creation of a Sidama State
Publication

“The heavy-handed intervention by security forces during the July 22 demonstrations in Hawassa could radicalize the positions of the pro-Sidama state movement in the region, leading to even more violent clashes.” […]

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22Jul
Ethiopia-Eritrea peace deal one year later: back to the (hard) reality?
Insight
The signing of the peace agreement between Ethiopia and its neighbor, Eritrea, on July 9, 2018 brought new economic and political hopes to the region. Moreover, for both Addis Ababa and Asmara, it meant not only the end of two decades of a frozen-positions war, but also the opening of unexpected perspectives. One year on, however, progresses seem to have remained mainly symbolic.

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