Africa

By Daniel R. DePetris
Contributor
January 2, 2012

Without a government-sponsored national reconciliation strategy, Libya’s post-conflict transition will be even more difficult to manage.

By Christian Christoefl
Contributor
November 7, 2011

The Muslim Brotherhood is favored to win big in the upcoming elections, but several recent events suggest that its strong position may be waning.

By Gerald Woels
Staff Writer
October 24, 2011

Despite its problems, sub-Saharan Africa can offer high returns for astute investors.

By Gerald Woels
Staff Writer
October 3, 2011

South Africa's rulers lead the most powerful nation in Africa; they should start acting like it.

By Sabrina M. Peterson
Contributor
October 3, 2011

The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt is a more democratic movement than many Westerners realize.

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