Ten years after The First 1,000 Days book began, Roger Thurow revisits the featured mothers and children to see how they are faring.
Ten years after The First 1,000 Days book, we revisit Esther and her son Rodgers to see how they are faring.
Western countries should use national and international tools to hinder Wagner’s growing global abuse, Elizabeth Shackelford writes.
A decades-old rivalry between Eritrea and the TPLF risks derailing Ethiopia’s peace deal.
The US-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington, DC, is the first meeting of its kind since 2014. Africa’s shift toward China and Russia will be a subtext of the meeting.
Elizabeth Shackleford discusses U.S.-Africa relations and how the US can play a constructive role in Africa's future without repeating mistakes of the past.
A ceasefire between Ethiopian government forces and Tigrayan rebels brings optimism after years of fighting.
As Africa faces its worst drought in 40 years, Joshua Busby looks at Ethiopia and Somalia and why one country could avoid famine while the other could not.
"The US and others must take a more direct approach before the worst fears of the Tigrayan people are realized," Elizabeth Shackelford writes.
Author and journalist Krithika Varagur examines younger generations' understanding of the British monarchy.