The reports I’ve seen describe Nairobi’s Westgate mall as upscale, but that’s not the whole story, and not how I remember it.
The ICC’s decision to prosecute Uhuru Kenyatta for crimes against humanity—and the Court’s imperial demeanor—invigorated his Kikuyu base.
Has the ICC struck a blow against impunity or heightened tensions—or both?
A former volunteer offers a more timely—and radical—alternative.
A recent economic study rejects the conventional depiction of the continent as a basket case.
The 1960 "airlift" of 800 African students to study in the United States lent a crucial boost to John F. Kennedy's popularity among African-Americans.
The Obama administration is sending mixed signals on how to deal with pirates.
Will Obama change US Africa policy?
A nation riven by differences marvels at
his message of civility and inclusion. Yet there is some worry about an
Obama administration's policies on Africa.