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African Arguments is a series of short books about contemporary Africa and the critical issues and debates surrounding the continent. Launch of the latest book in the Afric...
Image Credit: NeilsPhotography The IMF is an easy target for journalists, analysts and politicians under pressure to come up with a think- piece or a public speech. (The same can be said of many central banks.) Cosseted and living in an affluent bubble...
Image Credit: Ben Schumin Since our last column in mid-March many African governments have introduced lockdowns or other social measures to confront coronavirus. One (Ghana) has this week announced part relaxation of its controls. Rather than join the a...
These are uncertain times, for Africa as much as for Britain. Will they prove each others’ friend in need? Or will circumstances pull the UK and African countries apart? It will all depend on what priority each gives to the other. For many years follo...
Watch this post conference video on the Impact of COVID-19 on BAME lives chaired by RAS Chair Zeinab Badawai, with keynote speaker Professor Kevin Fenton. This event was hosted by RAS Council member Dr Titilola Banjoko and Profess...