Will China start fighting pirates off Nigeria?
People seeking a messiah have blinded themselves to his many errors and imperfections.
The bad treatment of African workers is nothing new.
African states aren't passively surrendering to Chinese dominance.
Portugal's approach to its former colony says a lot about Western attitudes toward the developing world.
Forget fancy planes and the Chinese threat—it's still terror and insurgency we'll be fighting.
The prosecution of Kenya's president and his deputy has put the ICC in a serious bind.
Al Shabaab and its affiliates are building a dangerous regional network with strong growth prospects.
The State Department should formally list the Nigerian al Qaeda confreres as a Foreign Terrorist Organization.
The ANC and its allies threaten to undermine his dream of reconciliation.
There are better reasons to go to war in Syria, including under international law.
Washington must approach African states as partners, not as mere victims to be aided.
The new UN rep makes her debut at the controversial slacktivist group's forum.
Obama pursues a passive policy as Al Qaeda makes gains in West Africa.
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