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Aug 28, 2015
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Is STEM Education the Key to Africa’s Future?

Aug 27, 2015
Is STEM education the key to a bright future for Africa? Southern Voices African Research Scholar and African Technology Policy Study Network Research Officer, Ayodotun Bobadoye, provides insights on the possibilities and the challenges facing a host of African nations. That’s the focus of this edition of Wilson Center NOW.

Sudan’s Peace Talks Continue

Aug 27, 2015
Peace talks are underway in South Sudan between rival factions who are under growing pressure from the international community to reach some sort of power sharing agreement or face the threat of new sanctions. Getachew Zeru Gebrekidan, a research scholar with the Wilson Center’s Africa Program, joins WBEZ to discuss.

Africa Program Director Dr. Monde Muyangwa Participated in Second Annual African Leadership Forum

Aug 24, 2015
Africa Program Director Dr. Monde Muyangwa recently participated in the second annual African Leadership Forum hosted by President Mkapa, former President of Tanzania, and coordinated by the Institute of African Leadership for Sustainable Development (UONGOZI Institute).

Launch of the Brown Capital Management Africa Forum- September 10, 2015

Aug 24, 2015
To be launched in September 2015, the Brown Capital Management Africa Forum offers a series of forward-leaning programming and research that addresses key economic, business, and development issues in Africa and in U.S.-Africa relations.
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South Sudan: Can Regional Mediation End the Conflict?

Aug 05, 2015
Getachew Gebrekidan has been studying the mediation role of the regional organization, IGAD (Intergovernmental Authority on Development) in its attempts to assist in bringing an end to the conflict in South Sudan. He shares his findings and thoughts on the sources of the conflict and what it will take to achieve peace. That’s the focus of this edition of Wilson Center NOW.

Bending the Arc

Aug 03, 2015
"The ICC must look to the ICTY as a blueprint, gathering concrete and consistent support from international actors who can effectively pressure parties on the ground to cooperate," writes Jacqueline McAllister.

Dissolving the Export-Import Bank will Hurt US-Africa Relations

Jul 27, 2015
"If not reversed, the Ex-Im Bank’s expiration will hurt U.S. economic relations with Africa, and undermine U.S. credibility in Africa, in three major ways," writes Monde Muyangwa.

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