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Backing an Authoritarian: European Countries’ Secret Deal with the Eritrean Government

It is being reported that European countries are having secret dealings with the Eritrean government to block borders against Eritrean migrants fleeing to European countries. As part of the secret deal, the European countries are due to offer Eritrea either a sum of money or lifting sanctions in exchange for […]


Overcoming Constitutional Term Limits And Protests In Africa

Nearly all constitutions in presidential and semi presidential regimes have clauses which limit the tenures of the chief executive. While term limits are typical democratic institutions in presidential systems, they are hardly the features of parliamentarian system. This is out of the assumption that the executive in the parliamentarian regime […]


One Year Later: More Demonstrations Demanding Our Girls Back

More demonstrations in and outside of Nigeria have taken place on Tuesday, April 14 marking the anniversary of the kidnapping. Demonstrators across Nigeria marched with slogans showing their solidarity, demanding the government secure the girls’ safe return. 219 girls, representing each missing girl, wearing red-T-shirts with a watchword “#365DaysOn” and […]


Sexism and peace building

Armed conflict and its consequences affect women’s lives immeasurably.  Although women are typically not active combatants,[1] armed conflicts impact them disproportionately. Women are not only victims’ of hardships and displacement in violent conflicts, they are also directly targeted with rape, forced pregnancies, and assault as deliberate instruments of war. In Rwanda, […]


Sexism And Peace-Building

Armed conflict and its consequences affect women’s lives immeasurably.  Although women are typically not active combatants,[1] armed conflicts impact them disproportionately. Women are not only victims’ of hardships and displacement in violent conflicts, they are also directly targeted with rape, forced pregnancies, and assault as deliberate instruments of war. In Rwanda, […]


A Deadly Attack on the Bardo Museum in Tunis: IS’s Increasing Influence in North Africa

An attack on the well-known Bardo museum in Tunis, Tunisia killed 23 and left many more people injured. Twenty of the people killed were foreign tourists. Officials reported that the victims included four Italians, three Japanese and three French nationals, two Spanish, two Colombians, and one each from Britain, Poland […]


Kurdish Leader’s Historic Call in Turkish Politics.

Abdullah Ocalan — Kurdish separatists’ leader who has been jailed for the last 15 years, yet well-liked among Kurds, has made a call for peaceful negotiation, making history in Turkish politics. The Kurdish leader, who is serving life imprisonment after being captured in Kenya in 1999, has expressed his willingness […]