Showing posts tagged with: Southern Africa
Lancement de la phase opérationnelle de la Zlecaf, Sommet de Niamey, 2019 (© Ambassade du Niger au Mali)
What contribution of the AfCFTA to peace and security in Africa?
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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Madagascar: Understanding the “Fanjakana Gasy”
Initiated by Pety Rakotoniaina and some Malagasy politicians, the Fanjakana Gasy movement aims to create a “State within the State” in the southern part of Madagascar. Stake experts reviews the chronology of this short-living proto-secessionist movement.

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Report: Assessment of the political-security situation in Mozambique (March 28, 2019)
The historic antagonism between Frelimo and Renamo shaped the political and security situation in Mozambique. It is a key element to assess the security context in the country. In addition, more recent players are continuously challenging the efforts to establish and maintain social peace and security. This report gives a comprehensive and mapped analysis of the security situation in Mozambique (as of March 28, 2019).

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2019: what elections to follow in Africa?
2019 will be a busy year for the African continent politically. Among other key topics that will retain the attention of our observers and analysts, Stake Experts is compiling a list of elections to be followed on the continent during the year.

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