While the West looks away, Arjun Singh examines the civil war, ethnic cleansing and foreign intervention in the Central African Republic, and its implications for NATO and regional security.
As Europe confronts Jihadists from across the Mediterranean, Arjun Singh lays out measures to upgrade NATO’s maritime operation for better European security.
The program editors at NAOC look at global intervention in Sub-Saharan Africa in the form of military, economic, and political ties.
Aidan Simardone writes on why NATO should intervene in humanitarian crises, even without UN authorization.
Karl Ngo investigates what a shift in NATO’s direction would mean to its current military support in Sub-Saharan Africa and its possible involvement in the South China Sea territorial dispute.
The resolution of The Gambia’s recent electoral crisis is a victory for democratic transitions of power in Africa. It remains to be seen if other countries in the region can replicate its success.
The political battleground pitting South African President Jacob Zuma and his personal elite against opposition groups, civil society, and the state’s democratic institutions reached new heights this past year. Thomas Lee takes a look at the country’s rampant corruption, increasingly precarious political and economic backdrop, and the prospects for Zuma’s downfall in 2017.
Kristyn Byrne discusses ISIS activity in Libya and the complexities of involving NATO in the fight.
This week we discuss the BRICs and their role in the world economy.
Building on from her last article, Seema Kawar explores the issues of accountability and ways forward in more detail.