Sudan: Eight Months of Civil War

More than 9,000 civilians have been murdered since the start of fighting in April, and 7.1 million people have been forced from their homes, resulting in the world’s largest displacement crisis ever. Reports from the village of Ardamata reveal that the RSF launched an ethnically-motivated attack against Masalit civilians, resulting in the murder and displacement of the town’s population. Human Rights Watch warn that this is a sign of ethnically targeted killings against the Masalit.

[REPORT] Table for Two?: Italy and Other Upper-Middle Powers in Modern Global Affairs

This February, France’s President Emmanuel Macron hosted Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskyy as well as Germany’s Olaf Scholz. Italy’s Giorgina Meloni was not invited to the dinner and this has caused some tensions between European leaders. While a dinner may seem small, the challenges that the European Union faces are not.

Let’s Tune In To The EU’s periphery: Lampedusa Becomes Ground Zero In Migrant Crisis

Italy is once again being overwhelmed with migrants trying to reach Europe. The EU promises help yet time will tell if this will be the case.

Security Watch – BRICS: symptom of an emerging multipolar world ?

The BRICS – a loose association of developing nations – have been the focus of global attention in recent weeks, for the 15th BRICS Leaders’ Summit. While the goal is to establish a more multipolar economic order, the existing geostrategic differences between India and China risk hampering the organisation’s ability to reach its full potential over the medium and long term.

How Botswana is An Exception to the ‘Resource Curse’

The term ‘Resource curse’ refers to the failure that many countries that are resource-rich face. This means that these countries do not fully benefit from their natural resource wealth. In this article, we look at how Botswana, a natural resource-rich country is an exception to the resource curse.

The Current Political State of Zambia: Will Foreign Investments Be a Viable Decision?

In assessing the current political state of Zambia, this article examines the potential for foreign investments as a viable decision for economic sustainability.

LGBTQ+ Persecution in Nigeria

LGBTQ+ individuals face numerous challenges all over the world, however, it must be said that these challenges are more acute in Nigeria. While other countries on the continent, such as Cape Verde and South Africa have taken steps towards the inclusion of the LGBTQ+ community, Nigeria has done the opposite.

South Africa: First Sub-Saharan Country to Implement a Sugar Tax

South Africa’s health department is facing a huge amount of comorbidity which has led to the government implementing a Health Promotion Levy. Not only does this benefit the health department but it simultaneously benefits the economic well-being of the country.

Let’s Tune In: Mali asked for a UN meeting against France

In the past days, Mali asked for a UN meeting with United Nations Security Council President, China, because of several serious allegations against France on its territory. According to the Malian letter, France would have violated its air space several times, would have delivered weapons to the armed groups, and in addition, France would have used their air space against them to collect intelligence information for these terrorist groups. This last accusation is not accompanied by evidence.