Gulf of Guinea: Can the Sahel Trap Be Avoided?
Analysis by Jonathan Guiffard
On Thursday, January 12, 2023, Benin's Constitutional Court confirmed President Patrice Talon's sweeping victory in the legislative elections. This election is important as it gives Benin's new president free reign to respond to a major challenge: jihadist attacks and the attempted integration of these groups into the country's social fabric.
Europe in the New Geopolitics of Technology
Europe faces a long-term resilience and competitiveness challenge, for which it has two main tools to act: industrial policies and controls over technology transfers.
Multi-Layered Violence in the DRC: Is History Repeating Itself?
Analysis by Erik Kennes and Nina Wilén
The DRC is riddled in the East by the presence of rebel groups on its territory, from within but also neighboring countries, leading to armed clashes, human rights violations and internal displacements. What are the key factors and who are the main actors behind this latest round of instability and violence?