To date, approximately 20,000 people have been killed and at least two million displaced because of the terrorist group.
Joe CarterMarch 9, 2018
The nature of the war is shifting, and the South Sudanese government is struggling to adapt to the geopolitical battlefield’s new realities—those of the political war abroad.
Marcus RileyFebruary 28, 2018
Facing a parliamentary no-confidence vote after defying orders from the National Executive Committee (NEC) of his African National Congress (ANC) party to step down, President Jacob Zuma has resigned.
Harry GreenFebruary 15, 2018
To fight the twin plagues of instability and terrorism, America needs Africa to be healthier, freer, and more stable, and that means Africa needs more than just military equipment and military training from America.
Alan DowdDecember 12, 2017
Could Robert Mugabe’s calamitous 37-year reign over Zimbabwe have been averted if America recognized United Methodist Bishop Abel Muzorewa?
Mark TooleyNovember 22, 2017
The American forces who died fighting ISIS fighters in Niger deserve our gratitude, their families our compassion and help, and their mission in the African theater of operations our support.
Rebeccah HeinrichsOctober 30, 2017
Angola’s elections last week signaled the departure of Africa’s second longest serving leader, reminding me of an exhilarating 1986 dinner I attended.
Mark TooleyAugust 28, 2017
Despite continued violence in Sudan and the disapproval of senior members of Congress, last January President Obama signed an executive order lifting Sudan sanctions on a probationary basis.
Andrew LarsenJuly 5, 2017
Can the churches in South Africa speak to the country’s spiritual and political crisis today?
Terry TastardFebruary 28, 2017
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