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1. The Egyptian Financial Crisis: Implications for the region, and for Israel too

2. Armed groups’ modes of local engagement and post-conflict (in)stability: Insights from the Ethiopian and Somali civil wars

3. Fortune and Hazard for Algeria

4. Impact of the Church on Conflict Transformation of Political Crises at Community Level: A Case Study of two Church Denominations in Dzivarasekwa, Harare

5. The Political Ecology of Farmer-Herder Conflict in Ghana: A Case Study of the Kwahu Afram Plains South District

6. Civil War between the Ethiopian Government and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front: A Challenge to Implement the Responsibility to Protect Doctrine

7. Inclusion and exclusion in Somali drought emergency assistance

8. Diplomacy of Neglect: Assessing the European Union’s engagement in the Sudanese Crisis

9. Preliminary Talks: Can the talks in Zanzibar lead to an agreement between Ethiopia and the Oromo Liberation Army?

10. European Mercenaries: Will Congo use Wagner in its conflict with Rwanda?

11. Twilight Institutions: Land conflict and hybrid authorities in Benin’s Borgou department

12. Pay Day Loans and Backroom Empires: South Sudan’s Political Economy since 2018

13. An Overview of the African Peacebuilding Network’s (APN’s) Contribution to African Peacebuilding Literature

14. The Challenges of Climate Financing in Conflict Contexts

15. Sudan's Civil War: Mediation Challenges and the U.S. Role

16. Exiting Somalia's Political Impasse

17. Climate Change in Africa: What we know, what we don't, and where we should go from here

18. Unknown gunmen and insecurity in Nigeria: Dancing on the brink of state fragility

19. Resolving the Russia-Ukraine Impasse: Lessons from an African Cosmological Viewpoint

20. A US agenda for action in Sudan’s information environment

21. North Africa Can Reduce Europe's Dependence on Russian Gas by Transporting Wasted Gas Through Existing Infrastructure

22. Managing Crises, the Least-Bad Option

23. Arab Nationalism, Regionalism, and Regional Integration

24. Libyan Youth in Limbo: Coming of Age in Conflict

25. Eritrea as an Informal Representative of the Pro-Russia Forces in Africa

26. Communal Conflicts in Nasarawa State, North Central Nigeria: A Socio-Contextual Rethink

27. Hydro-geopolitics and conflicts among the ‘traditional states’ of the Nun River Basin, Ndop Plain (North-West Cameroon)

28. The Challenges of Data Collection in Conflict-affected Areas: A Case Study in the Liptako-Gourma Region

29. Climate Change and Violent Conflict in West Africa: Assessing the Evidence

30. Protecting Civilians From Those Who Should Protect Them

31. The Western Sahara conflict in the Algerian Moroccan relations

32. Managing Vigilantism in Nigeria: A Near-term Necessity

33. Rebels, Victims, Peacebuilders: Women in Cameroon’s Anglophone Conflict

34. Strengthening Sahelian Counterinsurgency Strategy

35. Why Elections Won’t Happen in Libya

37. Climate Change Impacts on Agriculture and Conflicts in Sub-Saharan Africa

38. Lives at Risk: A study of girls dropping out of school in Juba, Rumbek and Pibor Counties, South Sudan

39. Environment, Conflict and Peacebuilding: Addressing the Root Causes of Conflict in Darfur

40. Natural Resource (In)justice, Conflict and Transition Challenges in Africa: Lessons from the Niger Delta

41. Peacebuilding Policies and Frameworks in Kenya

42. The Role of Youths in Countering Violent Extremism in Northeast Nigeria

43. Our climate future depends on conflict dynamics in Congo

44. Conflict in the Penta-Border Area: Benin’s Northern Jihad from the perspective of its neighbours

45. The Periphery Cannot Hold: Upper Nile since the Signing of the R-ARCSS

46. 'And Everything Became War': Warrap State since the Signing of the R-ARCSS

47. Political and Media Analysis on the Tigray Conflict in Ethiopia

48. State-Centric Approach to Resolving the Anglophone Conflict in Cameroon: What Prospects?

49. Implications of Russia’s Activities in the Middle East and North Africa Region for U.S. Strategy and Interests

50. Persistent Conflict and Perceived Post-Conflict Peacebuilding in Southern Kaduna Region of Nigeria

51. The Impact of Conflicts on Natural Resources – The Case of Sudanese Darfur Region

52. The Growing Complexity of Farmer-Herder Conflict in West and Central Africa

53. Pivoting to African Conflict Prevention? An Analysis of Continental and Regional Early Warning Systems

54. Curse or Blessing? How cheap oil influences conflict dynamics

55. Salafi-Jihadism in Africa: A winning strategy

56. Still Not There: Global Violent Deaths Scenarios, 2019–30

57. Seeing in the Dark: Real-Time Monitoring in Humanitarian Crises

58. Africa Megatrends: Looking over the Horizon into the Future

59. The EU-MENA Partnership: Time for a Reset

60. Reflections on a decentralized approach to transitional justice in the DR Congo

61. Conflict Mediation and Peacebuilding in the Sahel: The Role of Maghreb Countries in an African Framework

62. The European Union Training Mission in the Central African Republic: An Assessment

63. Ending Nigeria’s Herder-Farmer Crisis: The Livestock Reform Plan

64. Stemming the Insurrection in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado

65. Relaunching Negotiations over Western Sahara

66. Mali: Enabling Dialogue with the Jihadist Coalition JNIM

67. Resilience in Post-civil War, Authoritarian Burundi: What Has Worked and What Has Not?

68. War and Conflict in the African Sahel Fruit of History and permanent War Between Two Empires: The Arab-Islamic Empire and the Western Empire

69. Summers of Strife: From Libya to Ethiopia

70. Millions of People Continue to be Forcibly Displaced in Africa

71. Red Lines: Upheaval and Containment in the Horn of Africa

72. Preventing Violent Islamic Radicalization: Experimental Evidence on Anti-Social Behavior

73. Violent Ethnic Extremism in Ethiopia: Implications for the Stability of the Horn of Africa

74. Exploring the conflict-readiness of parties: The Dynamics of Proclivity Towards Violence and/or Conflict in Madagascar

75. Nhimbe practice in Zimbabwe Revisited: Not only a Method of Socio-Economic Assistance but also a Communal Mechanism for Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding

76. Afrocentric Conceptions of Conflict Transformation: Beyond Ubuntu Mythology and Romantic Traditionalism

77. African Truth Commissions and Survivors of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence

78. Ethiopian Perspective: Elections in Strained Dynamics

79. Conflict and Crisis in South Sudan’s Equatoria

80. The Costs of United States’ Post-9/11 “Security Assistance”: How Counterterrorism Intensified Conflict in Burkina Faso and Around the World

81. A Very Ethiopian Tragedy: Tigray, the TPLF, and Cyclical History

82. Wartime Violence, Collective Grievances and Post-Conflict Protests

83. ‘Of Cattle and Conflict’ – Rethinking responses to pastoralism-related conflicts

84. A warm war: Sudan and Ethiopia on a collision course

85. Egypt-Turkey Relations Towards Libya: Political and Economic Dimensions

86. Peacebuilding Agencies and Farmer-Herder Conflicts in Nigeria's Middle Belt Region: Successes and Policy Challenges

87. Straddling Liminality and Active Engagement: Understanding Mobilization Patterns of the Libyan Diaspora

88. Algeria's Hirak: Between Concerns of Division and Betting on Unity

89. Preventing Violent Extremism in the Balkans and the MENA

90. Oil and Capital Flight: The Case of Angola

91. Decolonising governance: The state and chieftancy conflicts on the Ghana-Togo Borderlands

92. The time is ripe for an Israeli-Moroccan honeymoon, though it might not last forever

93. Egyptian Mediation between Israel and Hamas Can Be Useful

94. Implications of COVID-19 for Conflict in Africa

95. Refugees and Local Power Dynamics The Case of the Gambella Region of Ethiopia

96. How does exposure to conflict events shape social trust? A spatiotemporal approach

97. The Anglophone problem in Cameroon: The change from crisis to conflict, and a possible way forward to resolution

98. The Tigray Crisis: The Ethiopian government’s incessant attempts to resolve the internal conflict militarily

99. Successive Setbacks: Can the United Front seize control of Addis Ababa?

100. Inter-Communal Tensions, Violence and Conflicts in the Time of a Pandemic in Ethiopia