Monthly Archives: November 2013

Africa And the International Criminal Court (ICC)

From the Publisher In this issue, we cover the relationship between the African Union and the ICC in the wake of the indictments and trials of some African leaders at The Hague by the ICC. While 122 states, including 34 … Continue reading

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What’s the United States’ grand plan for Nigeria?

By Ambassador Curtis Ward There are many positives in United States–Nigeria relations.  For the most part, the Obama administration and the Nigerian government enjoy very good relations; they share many common objectives and interests in West Africa and on the … Continue reading

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The African Capacity for Immediate Response to Crises: The Decision and the Implications –PART II

By Samgba Gyafla In order to facilitate the implementation of this huge undertaking, the Summit requests the Chair and the Chairperson of the Commission to take appropriate steps to build the broadest possible support and adherence to the implementation of … Continue reading

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