SDG 8 May 13, 2021

Russian Exports to Africa Decrease by 17%

Russian exports to Africa have decreased for the second year running: in 2020 they amounted to $11.8 billion, reaching the 2016 level. In 2019, they were $13.8 billion, representing a sharp decline since $17.5 billion in 2018 and stopping the overall growth trend since 2015.…
SDG 17 April 8, 2021

FPRI Discusses Russia’s Growing Influence in Africa

Although Russia and China are evidently working together on certain issues in Africa, the general difference between their approaches is clear. Chris Miller, Director of the FPRI’s Eurasia Program and Samuel Ramani, DPhil candidate at the University of Oxford’s Department of Politics and International Relations…
Medicine January 9, 2021

79% of Africans Would Consider Taking a Vaccine

According to the latest research by the Africa CDC (Centres for Disease Control and Prevention) and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 79% of Africans would consider taking a COVID-19 vaccine if it were deemed safe and effective. This attitude contrasts great from…