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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

9. Salafi-Jihadism in Africa: A winning strategy

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

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

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

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

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

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

16. Ethiopian Perspective: Elections in Strained Dynamics

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

18. Conflict and Crisis in South Sudan’s Equatoria

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

34. Stemming the Insurrection in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado

35. Relaunching Negotiations over Western Sahara

36. Mali: Enabling Dialogue with the Jihadist Coalition JNIM

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

38. Preventing Violent Extremism in the Balkans and the MENA

39. Oil and Capital Flight: The Case of Angola

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

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

42. Egyptian Mediation between Israel and Hamas Can Be Useful

43. Implications of COVID-19 for Conflict in Africa

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

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

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