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The Horn of Africa has Settled its Local Disputes, but Global Conflicts Promise Further Unrest

  • In Africa, Chinese Largesse Comes at a Price

    05.23.18
  • Escaping the Hydra’s Grip: Exiled Opposition Leaders’ Fight to Reform their Countries

    03.09.18
  • The New Scramble for Africa

    03.06.18
  • Somaliland Needs a New Approach with Somalia

  • Securitizing China’s Interests: Can Chinese Private Military Contractors Replace the PLA?

    09.02.17
  • China Has a New Military Base in Djibouti. Here’s why it Matters

  • The Gulf Crisis is Hitting the Horn of Africa

  • Saudi Arabia is Strong-arming Muslim Nations to take sides in Gulf Crisis

    06.15.17
  • China’s New Silk Road Hits a Snag

  • Is China’s Design for Africa ‘Indentured Capitalism’?

  • China is Walking Softly and Carrying a Small Stick

    05.13.15
  • The Limits of Japan’s Soft Power

    02.02.15
  • The CIA ‘Torture Report’: A Blow to U.S. Allies?

    12.16.14
  • Is Djibouti a Reliable Partner in the Fight Against Terrorism?

    10.10.14
  • In South Sudan, China Peacemaker Role Marks a First in its Diplomacy

    09.12.14
  • Sudan: Colonialism’s Dead Hand

    02.05.14
  • Japan’s Growing Influence in the Middle East

    10.25.13
  • Somalia: Origin, Development and Future of AMISOM

    10.20.13