Euan Hall


U.S. Promises Public Assessment Of Civilian Casualties In Somalia Airstrikes

The U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) has announced that it will begin publishing quarterly reports of civilian casualty allegations and assessments. AFRICOM, which is responsible for U.S. military operations and relations on the African continent, has faced mounting criticism that civilian casualties resulting from U.S. airstrikes in Somalia are consistently under-reported. […]


Preventing A Water War – Sudan PM To Restore Negotiations On Ethiopia Dam

The Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has announced his intention to reignite trilateral talks between Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan regarding the divisive Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) currently under construction. In a telephone call to U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, previously appointed to facilitate discussions between the deadlocked nations, Hamdok […]


What Are The Ramifications? Turkish Offensive In Syria Only A “Matter of Time”

President Erdoğan has warned that a Turkish offensive in Syria’s Idlib province is “only a matter of time” in an address to his Justice and Development Party last Wednesday, as Assad’s Russian-backed Syrian forces press deeper into the region. Meanwhile, the mass entry of more than 2,590 Turkish military vehicles […]