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Africa 2023: Prospects and Forecasts (Edinburgh) Click on the link and watch the full debate here . Join Edinburgh University and the Royal African Society for a wide-ranging look ...
Africa’s prospects for the coming year hardly look rosy. Problems from climate change to debt, internal dissent, civil conflict and geopolitical rivalry, are piling up. And yet two things might surprise and encourage us: trade and politics. The proble...
This week, 45 of Africa’s 54 leaders pitched up in Washington DC for the first US-Africa Summit in eight years, with another four countries represented at lower level – a powerful demonstration of the US’s continued pulling power and of its desire to woo...
On 2 November, the Royal African Society marked its 120th Anniversary with a celebration of Creative Africa at The Shard in London. It was a great event, entertaining our 300 guests with African fashion, film, food and music, and an auction of contemporary Afr...
New British prime minister Liz Truss has never said much in public about Africa. But, in my view, her administration must pay more attention to its relationship with Africa. African countries are increasingly important partners both in geostrategic and ...