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African Arguments is a pan-African platform for news, investigation and opinion. We seek to analyse issues facing the continent, investigate the stories that matter, and amplify a diversity of voices.

African Arguments is edited by James Wan. Articles are published on a Creative Commons licence.

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The seven African governments using Israeli cyberespionage tools

  23/02 | A recent report detected several government agencies using Circles’ platforms to snoop on texts, calls and locate private individuals. (...)

Russia in the Central African Republic : New allies, same challenges

  23/02 | Russia recently sent an additional 300 military advisors to support President Touadéra as part of a deepening relationship. What’s in (...)

More Stories about Mother’s Splashing Cunt and Father’s Perished Cock, Please

22/02 | Special Series, Doing More On Sexuality: how is sex approached in african studies and the academy The post More Stories about Mother’s (...)

What’s behind the protests and unrest in Somalia ?

22/02 | Somali troops have clashed with opposition supporters in Mogadishu amid growing anger over delayed elections. A week ago an alliance of (...)

Eritrea’s Silent War

19/02 | Ethiopia's civil war; an update The post Eritrea’s Silent War appeared first on African Arguments.

A Road Paved with Thorns : Access to Justice for Women in Conflict Areas in (...)

19/02 | Civil Society Dialogue in the Horn of Africa Series: Justice for Women Darfur The post A Road Paved with Thorns: Access to Justice for (...)

Finally, Shell can no longer shirk responsibility for Niger Delta oil spills

18/02 | Two landmark rulings are a testament to decades of tireless campaigning by people in the Niger Delta and environmental activists. Like (...)

DRC : New prime minister, new era ?

17/02 | Tshisekedi has outmanoeuvred his predecessor and has now appointed a PM. But is a victory for the president one for the Congolese (...)

The most worrying aspect of the Kankara kidnapping

17/02 | Could Boko Haram’s spread in northwest Nigeria increase opportunities for coordination between Islamist groups in the Lake Chad Basin (...)

Doing More on Sexuality

15/02 | Special Series: Doing More On Sexuality The post Doing More on Sexuality appeared first on African Arguments.


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