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.
The Year that China Captured the Crocodile
Even if China did not facilitate the coup in Zimbabwe, there is no doubt that Beijing is now pulling the strings in the South African Dictatorship.
Growing Pains: The International Criminal Court, the African Union, and the Kampala Accords
The successful ratification of the Kampala Accords means the International Criminal Court will be able to charge leaders with the crime of aggression but trouble continues for the court as member states of the African Union publicly voice their discontent.
Sustainable, Local and Multidimensional: Development and Security in Southern Africa
Victoria talks with Sindy Zemura-Woodward, who works with the Southern Africa Embrace Foundation, about the intersection between international development, security and women’s rights.
Zimbabwe’s Election Fallout: The West’s Failure
Chris Edwards on the fallout of Mugabe’s stunning election victory in Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe: An Election to Watch For
Chris Edwards on the possibilities and implications of the upcoming election in Zimbabwe.