Tag Archives: Burundi

Burundi Requires Greater Innovation

Burundi’s ongoing political instability highlights the stark divide between global conflict prevention rhetoric and practice

Read More »

Is Rwanda Stoking Ethnic Fires in Burundi?

According to both the United Nations and the United States, Rwanda is arming and training Burundian rebels. The goal is to bring down President Nkurunziza, but why? What’s in it for Rwanda? Here is an insight into the complex relationship between two neighbors who really don’t get along.

Read More »

Five African Elections to Watch in 2015

With elections slated for 15 sub-Saharan African states in 2015, Africa Check looks ahead at the polls for executive leadership in five volatile states.

Read More »

China, South Asia Ignore UN Watercourses Convention

A the UN Convention on International Watercourses comes into effect this week, we ask experts if it can lower regional frictions over access to water.

Read More »