Africa

Ethiopia Political Reforms Violence and Now a Coup d Etat
Ethiopia: Political Reforms, Violence, and Now a Coup d’Etat

So far Premier Abiy Ahmed has a good track-record. But the challenges his administration face are deep-rooted.

Friday, June 28, 2019

A Revolution Undone What s Next for Sudan s Uprising
A Revolution Undone: What’s Next for Sudan’s Uprising?

Sudan can be the first country in Africa to achieve democratic governance through peaceful revolutionary regime change. If...

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Is China Buying Out Africa
Is China Buying Out Africa?

Western countries have historically had a strong hand in the African continent and feel uncomfortable against not only...

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Turkey s Reliable Diplomacy in the Somalia-Somaliland Talks
Turkey’s Reliable Diplomacy in the Somalia-Somaliland Talks

Turkey plays a significant and important role in Africa, now it can bring Somalia and the Somaliland administration to the...

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Egypt s Rise in the African Political Landscape A Regional
Egypt’s Rise in the African Political Landscape: A Regional Power?

Egypt is regaining its powerful position in Africa’s political, social, and economic landscape. A reason behind Egypt's...

Friday, February 15, 2019

Abiy Ahmed's Ethiopia Bandwagon or Hegemony
Abiy Ahmed's Ethiopia: Bandwagon or Hegemony?

Addis Ababa welcomes foreign financial and technical supports, as well as investment and job opportunities for the sake of...

Thursday, January 31, 2019

How the European Union Continues to Generate Poverty and Migration
How the European Union Continues to Generate Poverty and Migration in Africa

The CFA franc and the way in which Western corporations exploit Africa are at the root of the immigrant crisis. ‘Voluntary...

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Decolonizing African Art Colonial Heritage and European Museums Gordian Knot
Decolonizing African Art: Colonial Heritage and European Museums’ Gordian Knot

The looting and subsequent disappearance of artistic treasures from the African continent had two detrimental outcomes:...

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Nobel Peace Prize Should Have Gone to
Nobel Peace Prize Should Have Gone to...

Of course, Murad’s and Mukwege’s experiences are unbearable and the duty they take on is virtuous. However, it does not...

Friday, October 12, 2018

Turkey and Africa set to improve trade ties following joint
Turkey and Africa set to improve trade ties following joint forum & declaration in Istanbul

Turkey and African countries signed a joint declaration “to enhance lasting partnership between parties for development...

Friday, October 12, 2018

A Lasting Peace in the Horn of Africa
A Lasting Peace in the Horn of Africa?

With its strategic position for international trade and African politics, the Horn of Africa will continue to remain on...

Friday, September 21, 2018

The EU-Africa Summit Africa Deserves Better
The EU-Africa Summit: Africa Deserves Better

Summarized in President Erdogan’s words, – “Many people in the world associate the African continent with extreme poverty,...

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

The US refuses to extradite a terrorist
The US refuses to extradite a terrorist

The extradition treaty between Turkey and the US, which was signed in 1978 and came into force two years later, covers...

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Fight against FETO receives international support
Fight against FETO receives international support

While the German government has provided asylum to those escaping facing judicial trial in Turkey, the UK Foreign Affairs...

Friday, September 22, 2017

UN to present Africa peacekeeping funding proposals
UN to present Africa peacekeeping funding proposals

Security Council head says UN has developed 'concrete' plans for 9 missions on continent

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Turkey s Development Assistance to Transcend Boundaries
Turkey’s Development Assistance to Transcend Boundaries

The period after 2002 has marked a new stage for Turkey`s development assistance strategy, and therefore for TIKA, as it...

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