14 Things to Watch in Africa in 2014

Posted on 12/27/13
By Ruby Audi, Elissa Jobson in Addis Ababa, Nicholas Norbrook, Crystal Orderson in Cape Town, Patrick Smith, Marshall Van Valen, Gemma Ware, ViewsWeek | Via The Africa Report
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(Illustration via The Africa Report)

As election season hits Africa’s four biggest economies, fears mount over further radicalization from the Horn of Africa to the Sahel, African governments stand up to the Chinese and Cape Town is World Design Capital 2014. The new year will also bring debates about the new global development agenda and how to attract more infrastructure investment for the continent.

A guide to the year ahead

1- Africa in 2014: Infrastructure funders from near and far rally around Africa

2- Africa in 2014: African design, innovation on the global stage

3- Africa in 2014: Will Kinshasa, DRC win the peace?

4- Africa in 2014: The beginning of the end for the OPEC bloc

5- Africa in 2014: China Africa and the power of “No”

6- Africa in 2014: The many stages of African unity

7- Africa in 2014: US-Iran reconciliation and its impact in Africa

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