March 27, 2020

International Football’s African ‘Brain-Drain’

International Football’s African ‘Brain-Drain’ When discussing the prospects for economic development in Africa, a topic that often comes up is “brain-drain” and its effect on the […]
March 11, 2020

Sanctions Round-Up: February 2020

Sanctions Round-Up: February 2020 ISIL/al-Qaida On 23rd February, United Nations Security Council’s (“UNSC”) ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee added the Islamic State West Africa Province […]
February 6, 2020

Sanctions Round-Up: January 2020

Sanctions Round-Up: January 2020 Mali – 7th January  The Council of the European Union and the United Kingdom’s Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) amended regulations […]
January 30, 2020

The Road to Peace in South Sudan

The Road to Peace in South Sudan Despite the signing of a deal in 2018 between President Salva Kiir and exiled opposition leader Riek Machar, peace in […]
January 30, 2020

Will the Tanks Stop Rolling in Darfur?

Will the Tanks Stop Rolling in Darfur? Whilst the events of the last twelve months in Sudan have serious implications for the political order in Khartoum, […]
January 29, 2020

We Turn 10 This Year: Where Next?

We Turn 10 This Year: Where Next? Notes from the Managing Director’s Desk Africa Integrity will celebrate ten years of trading in April.  To be precise, […]
May 8, 2019

Is Africa’s Strong-man Era Reaching its End-game?

Is Africa’s Strong-man Era Reaching its End-game? In early April, after months of protests in Algeria and Sudan, the long-term presidents of both countries were forced […]
April 14, 2019

Learning the Lessons of Protests 

While the removal of long-term dictatorial leaders is undoubtedly a cause for celebration, it seems that protestors and opposition groups in Algeria and Sudan have learned […]
February 6, 2019

A Look Back on 2018

Africa Unites  On 21st March 2018, 44 of the African Union’s 55 member states signed the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), which seeks to remove […]