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.
The Vote to Separate: Why States Should Allow Referendums on Independence, Even When Under No Legal Obligation
States are under no legal obligation to allow independence referendums, but should still allow them, writes Aidan Simardone.
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.
Ethiopia Sets Sights on Space
Kelsey Berg uncovers the misconceptions of Ethiopia, and whether the state should devote all of its resources to food security over its technological or political affairs.
Justice Flew Away
Malcolm McEachern discusses South Africa’s failure to arrest Omar al-Bashir after he attended an African Union meeting in South Africa, and what this means for the ICC.