Pandering efforts -- like “Do They Know It’s Christmas” -- to raise money to fight Ebola may do more harm than good.
Why knowing where countries are in Africa matters for how the rest of the world thinks about Ebola.
What are the implications of a military response to a public health epidemic?
How alarmist, racist coverage of Ebola makes things worse. A dressing down of the latest #NewsweekFail.
The relationship between land rights, ethnicity, and violence in Africa is complicated - and we can’t fix national conflicts without understanding their local causes.
An experimental Ebola serum helped two Americans. Why aren’t we immediately giving it to all Ebola patients?
A Q&A with James Copnall, author of “A Poisonous Thorn in Our Hearts.“
How do civilians protect themselves during mass atrocity events without resorting to violence?
All you need to read on Africa this summer. Or at least some reviews and author Q&As lined up for newly published books in African Politics.
When their government can’t protect them, Nigeria’s people find ways to police their own communities.