Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia are at a stalemate regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. The implications of the dam and these negotiations have significant potential humanitarian consequences.
When development aid is more commonly used by European countries to reduce irregular migration, Eritrean asylum claims are seen as less valid.
The Kenyan government can rectify and renovate its biometric identification program by committing to enacting more robust data privacy legislation with transparent benchmarks demonstrated to the Kenyan public and ensure that all eligible persons can be properly registered and identified.
China’s attempts to further cement itself as a global economic power have come with an exorbitant cost: child labor.