Cybercrime presents an increasing cost to international trade, but Paul Pryce discusses a promising response from Interpol.
Uganda’s Defence Reforms in Review
Paul Pryce discusses Uganda’s Defence White Paper and the extent to which defence reforms there can be a model for other African militaries.
From Benin City to the Shores of Italy: A New Hub of Human Trafficking
Seema explores the hidden world of human trafficking of Nigerian women into Italy, who are subsequently forced into the sex trade.
The Fight Against Boko Haram: Are PMC’s the Best Option?
Are Private Military Contractors the best option for Nigeria to fight Boko Haram? Kevin Hempstead discusses.
Beating Boko Haram
The African Union is deploying a force to counter Boko Haram and growing instability in the Sahel, but Paul Pryce doubts this will be enough.
Nigeria Postpones Democracy for Six Weeks… Hopefully
Malcolm discusses the significance of the postponed elections in Nigeria and the importance this has on fighting Boko Haram.
Nigerians Set to Hit the Polls, Amidst Growing Violence Part II: The Candidates’ Profiles
In Part two of a two-part series on Nigeria’s upcoming elections, Kabir profiles Goodluck Jonathan and Muhammadu Buhari, the leading presidential candidates.
Nigerians Set to Hit the Polls, Amidst Growing Violence Part I: The Political Climate in Nigeria
In part one of a two-part series on Nigeria’s upcoming elections, Kabir explores the threat posed by Boko Haram to national stability, and the Nigerian and African Union responses therein.