The CIHA Blog’s commentary on recent news pieces about events in Africa.
We all know about the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, but many have barely heard of the 1904–1908 genocide in what is now Namibia, committed by the German government in their […]
The latest generation of African writers is producing provocative and exciting work on a wide range of topics, including the lasting effects of struggles for independence, along with the convergence […]
Today we take a look at the antigovernment protests in Ethiopia, which began over a year ago, led by minority groups protesting political marginalization. These protests intensified this past fall, […]
contributed by Carrie Reiling
On October 30, Côte dʼIvoire voted to adopt a new constitution that would change the eligibility conditions for the presidency, the most notable of which […]