What does war in the Tigray region show about the future of disinformation in ethnic and regional conflicts? In this article, Jack Burnham discusses the role of gas-lighting and other information warfare techniques in the Horn of Africa’s most recent outbreak of hostilities.
Fighting Familiar Wars on Foreign Shores: Disinformation, the American Right, and Uganda
How can disinformation be used to stifle human rights? In this article, Jack Burnham discusses the connection between Uganda’s anti-homosexuality laws and the intervention of members of the American evangelical community.
The Quad and the Blue Dot Network: Opportunities for Expansion and Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific
In this article, Research Analyst Emilio Angeles surveys opportunities for developing the Quad’s Blue Dot Network in the Indo-Pacific.
A Terrorist’s Tempest: The Challenge of Operation Sea Guardian
As Europe confronts Jihadists from across the Mediterranean, Arjun Singh lays out measures to upgrade NATO’s maritime operation for better European security.
Natural Gas in Mozambique: A Contentious Path to Development
Guest contributor Ethan Schwartz examines the impact of climate change and corruption in Mozambique following its agreement with French oil supermajor, Total, in 2020.
Security in the Sahel: Lessons Learned
In part 2 of this two part article, Dakota Bewley investigates strategies for countering extremism in Africa with the engagement of the international community.
Security in the Sahel: Radicalization in Sub-Saharan Africa
In the first installment of a two part article, Dakota Bewley investigates the influence of the Deash in Africa and the factors that contribute to its roots in the continent.
Outside Intervention in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Net Good or Evil?
The program editors at NAOC look at global intervention in Sub-Saharan Africa in the form of military, economic, and political ties.
China’s Debt-Trap Diplomacy in Africa
In this article, Dakota Bewley investigates the the depth of Chinese infrastructure development in Africa and the possible impacts of the One Belt One Road initiative for the world order.
China has been Caught Spying on the African Union, but does it Matter?
Beijing spying on the AU is unsettling but, according to Lionel Widmer, this is not enough of a slight for the African Union to reject Chinese investment.