Recent Reports & Publications
Post-Brexit and Inversion of the World Order: What it Means for Africa
Brexit has long been coming. The makers of modern Britain have been silently debating the referendum question whether their country should “remain a member of the European Union” or “leave the European Union”… Read More
Resource Management in Africa’s Security Sector: Prospects and Challenges.
The groundbreaking decision of the Assembly of the African Union in July 2016 to institute a levy of 0.2 percent on eligible imports has the potential of ameliorating funding challenges that have dogged the pan-African body since its inception ... Read More
Silencing the War Drums: Administration of Restorative Justice for Healing & Reconciliation.
With the collapse of the last Kenyan cases against Deputy President William Ruto and radio journalist Joshua Sang at the Hague-based International Criminal Court (ICC), has proved that courts alone cannot end or solve civil wars… Read More