Author: Brayden Blacklock

Shedding Light On Nigeria’s Middle Belt

For decades, fighting in Nigeria’s Middle Belt region has resulted in untold numbers of deaths and is a major cause of displacement and insecurity. Despite the fact that reports of violence in the region often draw parallels to the dangers posed by insurgency and instability elsewhere in the country, the

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Sudan: UN Secretary-General António Guterres Calls For Ceasefire

As fighting continues, talks of a ceasefire in Sudan prove to be uncertain. Since mid April 2023, a power struggle between the country’s military led by Sudan’s effective president, General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), a paramilitary unit under the leadership of General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo,

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Tunisia Faces Economic Crisis Amidst Migrant Surge

Years of economic and political challenges have driven thousands of migrants to attempt to flee to the EU since Tunisia began its transition to democracy. Located at the northernmost point of the continent, Tunisia is a popular departure point for refugees attempting to reach Europe via Italy, many of whom

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