Conflict in Africa: Why It Persists
October 24, 2016
After years of decline, conflict in Africa has recently been increasing. Paul Williams, Amb. Phillip Carter, Ibrahim Wani, and Kate Almquist Knopf provided insight on why conflict persists in Africa at a roundtable hosted by the Africa Center.
African Conflict Management in a Time of Change
May 4, 2016
As violent conflicts emerge across the continent, African institutions are increasingly called on to respond. The Africa Center hosted a public roundtable that discussed African-led efforts at conflict management and resolution.
Resolving Africa’s Conflicts: Toward an African Model of Peace Operations
March 21, 2016
The Africa Center for Strategic Studies held a public roundtable to discuss the implications of Africa’s new conflict environment on peacebuilding, the African Standby Forces, and the international community.
Lessons for Africa from Colombia’s Counter-Insurgency Experience
March 7, 2016
On the occasion of the release of A Great Perhaps? Colombia: Conflict and Convergence, the Africa Center hosted a discussion that assessed relevant lessons from the Colombian experience for Africa.