As instability continues to spread across the African continent, John Chisholm explores the growing security threats which threaten to undermine its development
We are all Africans. This is a fact of human development, and something that, as a race, it would be wrong for us to forget. But Africa as a continent has been left behind, in terms of infrastructure, education, economics, and seemingly politics. This has been matched by a continual population growth, despite the fact that many countries remain ravaged by HIV, continual exploitation of the continent for its raw materials, a corrupt political class and seemingly . . .