Political tensions associated with President Ouattara’s regime are putting efforts to build peace and security in the Ivory Coast at risk.
The conflict in northern Mali has now lasted more than four years. Until local political processes connect to the bigger picture, peace will remain elusive.
As the Nigerian government continues its fight against Boko Haram, there are four mutually reinforcing elements to strengthen its approach.
Debate on whether President Ernest Bai Koroma should stand for a third term in Sierra Leone is intensifying.
November’s presidential elections in the Ivory Coast ended peacefully – unlike the last ballot, which led to civil war. But how stable is this peace?
Students Against Destructive Actions and Decisions (SADAD) Liberia, a member of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation, has begun soliciting community views on the constitutional... Read More
The successful 2015 presidential elections in Nigeria provide important lessons for how to conduct free, fair, credible and peaceful elections throughout Africa.