Ten Things to Watch in Africa in 2018
Number: 1 | 03/2018 | ISSN: 1862-3603
African Development Bank, International Monetary Fund, and World Bank Group (2017), The G20 Compact with Africa: A Joint AfDB, IMF and WBG Report, www.compactwithafrica.org/content/dam/Compact%20with%20Africa/2017-03-30-g20-compact-with-africa-report.pdf (7 March 2018).
Baaz, Maria Eriksson, and Maria Stern (2010), The Complexity of Violence: A Critical Analysis of Sexual Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Sida Working Paper on Gender Based Violence, Stockholm: Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida).
Chandler, Caitlin L. (2018), Inside the EU’s Flawed $200 Million Migration Deal with Sudan, IRIN Special Report, 30 January, Geneva: IRIN, www.irinnews.org/spe cial-report/2018/01/30/inside-eu-s-flawed-200-million-migration-deal-sudan (7 March 2018).
De Vries, Lotje, and Tim Glawion (2015), Speculating on Crisis: The Progressive Disintegration of the Central African Republic’s Political Economy, CRU Report, October, The Hague: Clingendail Institute.
Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) (2017), Africa and Europe – A New Partnership for Development, Peace, and a Better Future: Cornerstones of a Marshall Plan with Africa, Berlin: BMZ, www.bmz.de/en/coun tries_regions/marshall_plan_with_africa/index.html (7 March 2018).
Heidelberg Institute for International Conflict Research (HIIK) (forthcoming), Conflict Barometer 2017, Heidelberg: HIIK.
ISS Africa (2018), 30th AU Summit: Reforms at a Crossroads, Addis Ababa: Institute for Security Studies (ISS), 20 February (7 March 2018).
Kagame, Paul (2017), The Imperative to Strengthen Our Union: Report on the Proposed Recommendations for the Institutional Reform of the African Union, Addis Ababa: African Union (7 March 2018).
Käihkö, Ilmari, and Mats Utas (2014), The Crisis in CAR: Navigating Myths and Interests, in: Africa Spectrum, 49, 1, 69–77, https://journals.sub.uni-hamburg.de/giga/afsp/article/view/715/713 (7 March 2018).
Lay, Jann (2017), The G20 Compact with Africa: An Incomplete Initiative, GIGA Focus Africa, 2, Hamburg: GIGA, www.giga-hamburg.de/en/publication/the-g20-compact-with-africa-an-incomplete-initiative (7 March 2018).
Leaders of the G20 (2017), G20 Leaders’ Declaration: Shaping an Interconnected World, 7/8 July, Hamburg.
Lombard, Louisa (2016), State of Rebellion: Violence and Intervention in the Central African Republic, London: Zed Books.
Mattes, Robert, and Michael Bratton (2016), Do Africans Still Want Democracy?, Afrobarometer Policy Paper, 36.
Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) (2017), Quarterly Labour Force Survey: Quarter 3: 2017, Pretoria: Stats SA, www.statssa.gov.za/publications/P0211/P02113rd Quarter2017.pdf (7 March 2018).
Thiele, Rainer, Maximilian Köster, Ikechukwu Okoli, and Friederike Rühmann (2018), African Economic Development: What Role Can the G20 Compact Play?, DIE Discussion Paper, 3, Bonn: DIE, https://www.die-gdi.de/discussion-paper/article/african-economic-development-what-role-can-the-g20-compact-play/ (7 March 2018).
Tory-Murphy, Leanne (2017), Dance with the Devil: Europe Finances Libyan Militias to Curb Migration, in: African Arguments, 17 August, http://africanarguments.org/2017/08/17/dance-with-the-devil-europe-finances-libyan-militias-to-curb-migration/ (7 March 2018).
United Nations (2017), Institutionalized Planning, Financing of African Union Peace-Support Operations Should Replace Ad Hoc Approach, Speakers Tell Security Council, 15 June, www.un.org/press/en/2017/sc12871.doc.htm (7 March 2018).
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