Africa

Africa: In-Depth Reports

The Arab-Muslim Slave Trade: Lifting the Taboo

The issue of the Eastern and trans-Saharan slave trade organized by the Arabs is deliberately ignored and considered a taboo subject. Read More »

Tension Mounts between Iran and Mauritania

The Shia-Sunni schism played out by Saudi Arabia and Iran Read More »

Anti-Zionism and Anti-Semitism – African Style

This article will discuss anti-Zionist dogma within the context of African time and space and define its substance and structure as well as its ideological representations. It will identify its grammar, vocabulary, and metaphors, describe its dissemination, and reveal its […] Read More »

The State of Israel:
A Partner in the Development of the African Continent

Africa’s relations with Israel must be understood in light of the need to diversify the African economies and meet the challenges posed by the world’s new geopolitical configuration. Read More »

Turkey’s Expansionist Military Policies in the Middle East

An “Ottoman Return” makes the region nervous Read More »

From Cape Town to Jerusalem

Black South African activists say it’s possible for Israel to win the public diplomacy war. Read More »

Between Begin and Mandela

Nelson Mandela read Menachem Begin’s book The Revolt. Read More »

The Islamic State Deepens Its Presence in North Africa

The terrorist attack in Tunisia underscores the dangers of the Jihadists.
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North African Fighters in the Syrian and Iraqi Conflict: The Reality and Implications

Jihadist fighters return from the wars to destabilize Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria. Read More »

Can Tunisia Navigate the Cross-Currents of the Muslim World?

Institute for Contemporary Affairs Founded jointly with the Wechsler Family Foundation Vol. 14, No. 45       January 4, 2015 The “Arab Spring” erupted in Tunisia, the first Arab country to depose its radical Islamist government democratically and nonviolently. The results […] Read More »

In Algeria, “After President Bouteflika” Is Rapidly Approaching

For the West, the departure of Algeria’s Bouteflika could be a big loss. Read More »

Boko Haram and the Future of Nigeria

Subduing Boko Haram is in the West’s interest. Read More »

Ethiopian Dam over Blue Nile Raises Specter of Conflict with Egypt

President Morsi threatened that “all options were open” if Ethiopia diverts the Blue Nile. Read More »

Iranian Shiite Terror Cell in Nigeria Followed a Familiar Pattern

Shiite communities around the world represent the infrastructure upon which Iran builds its subversive policies worldwide. Read More »

The Islamist Challenge from North Africa

The fall of Mali would directly threaten neighboring Niger, the sixth largest producer of uranium ore in the world. Read More »