This paper expounds on the need to focus on a resolution of the Cyprus Problem and argues for a greater commitment to the Turkish–EU accession process.
Policy Outlook discuss the contours of a specific issue, examine the main players, their strategies, and make forecasts about how the situation could potentially unfold. This format is designed to offer a concise yet erudite overview of a particular event or issue and is primarily catered towards media professionals and organisations.
The persistent violence casts doubt on Ethiopia’s democratic transition and whether the recently-postponed federal elections will be peaceful and credible.
This paper examines Russia's strategy towards Libya post-2011. Russia has arguably been filling the vacuum left by NATO to further its interests regardless of the cost to international peace and stability.
This policy outlook examines the events leading up to the Srebrenica genocide, investigating some of the responsibilities in this context. It also explores the debate concerning the international legal system governing the use of force in the midst of atrocities.
This policy outlook notes that an agreement on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) will be transformative not only for Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan but also for the region as a whole.
This policy outlook revisits the nature of the relationship between social media, political polarisation, and disinformation, in the context of this nexus for public policy and democracy.