Archivos de Categoría: África

France’s Double Standard on Democracy in Africa

Artículo
World Politics Review, 05.04.2021
Judah Grunstein, editor en jefe
[caption id="attachment_56616" align="alignleft" width="500"] French President Macron attends the state funeral for the late Chadian President Idriss Deby, with Deby’s son Mahamat Idriss Deby. (Christophe Petit Tesson/AP).[/caption] It all started in late April with an open letter written by a group of...
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Why Did Washington Let a Stolen Election Stand in the Congo?

Artículo
Foreign Policy, 28.04.2021
Stephen R. Weissman, ex director del equipo del Subcomité África (Cámara de Representantes)
If the Biden administration wants to advance democracy around the world, it needs to fix U.S. diplomacy first
The Biden administration has arrived with some grand promises for its foreign policy, among them to “rally the nations of the world to defend democracy...
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Tigray Is Being Deliberately Starved to Death

Artículo
World Politics Review, 06.04.2021
Alex de Waal, director ejecutivo (World Peace Foundation) y profesor (Fletcher School-Tufts 
University)
[caption id="attachment_56219" align="alignright" width="405"] A Tigrayan refugee woman sits in front of her shelter at Hamdeyat Transition Center, near the Sudan-Ethiopia border, eastern Sudan, March 14, 2021 (AP photo by Nariman El-Mofty).[/caption] Millions...
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With a New Chief, the WTO Aims for a Return to Relevance

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World Politics Review, 09.03.2021
Kimberly Ann Elliott, académica (George Washington University-Institute for International Economic Policy y Center for Global Development
[caption id="attachment_55712" align="alignright" width="405"] The new director-general of the World Trade Organization, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala. (Keystone/Fabrice Coffrini/AP)[/caption] The World Trade Organization made history last month when its members chose Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala as director-general,...
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What Erdogan Really Wants in the Eastern Mediterranean

Artículo
Foreign Policy, 19.01.2021
Zenonas Tziarras, investigador (Peace Research Institute Oslo)y Jalel Harchaoui, académico 
(Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime)
Turkey’s adventures abroad are about more than hydrocarbons. They’re a bold and expensive attempt at geopolitical revisionism
[caption id="attachment_54389" align="alignleft" width="500"] The Turkish drilling vessel Kanuni arrives for mechanical operations at Haydarpasa...
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Outside Powers Are Making the Conflict in the Central African Republic Worse

Artículo
Foreign Policy, 22.01.2021
John A. Lechner (egresado de Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service) y
Alexandra Lamarche (abogada de Refugees International)
Proxy wars pitting France and Chad against Russia and Rwanda threaten to destabilize the entire region while subjecting Central Africans to more violence and instability
[caption id="attachment_54357" align="alignleft" width="500"] Soldiers with...
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Sahara Marroquí y relaciones con Israel

Columna
Revista Realidad y Perspectivas, N*91 (diciembre 2020)
Kenza El Ghali, embajadora del Reino de Marruecos en Chile
La decisión del Presidente Trump de reconocer la plena soberanía del Reino de Marruecos sobre el Sahara –sus Provincias del Sur– marca un giro histórico en el diferendo regional sobre este espacio. Esto se enmarca en un proceso de larga...
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Los retos de las relaciones internacionales en 2021

Columna
El Confidencial, 22.12.2020
Jorge Dezcállar de Mazarredo, Embajador de España, ex director del Centro Nacional de
Inteligencia y autor de varios libros
Deseemos que al menos se domine el virus, se inicie el camino de la recuperación económica y que 2021 no sea un año tan malo como ha sido 2020
Sobre la base de que conviene ser...
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Is Ethiopia Headed for Civil War?

Artículo
Foreign Policy, 05.11.2020
Tom Gardner, periodista basado en Addis Abeba
Abiy Ahmed’s military move against the Tigray region could spark a conflict with the party that once dominated Ethiopian politics—and tear the country apart. 
[caption id="attachment_44012" align="alignleft" width="400"] A man enters a polling station on the day of Tigray's regional...
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Libya’s Expanding Proxy War May Be the Ultimate Test of NATO’s Resilience

Artículo
World Politics Review, 17.07.2020
Candace Rondeaux , académico y profesor (Center on the Future of War-U. Estatal de Arizona)
[caption id="attachment_42897" align="alignright" width="400"] Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel at a conference on Libya at the chancellery in Berlin (AP/Michael Sohn).[/caption] With Egypt reportedly...
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