African Crossroads: Security Challenges and Partnership Opportunities

In the last decade, many African countries have experienced an economic growth rate among the world’s highest. In 2019, Ethiopia was the second-fastest growing economy globally,with an average ten-year real GDP growth of 9.5 percent. Similarly, countries like Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda, and Tanzania are growing at average annual rates over 6 percent, i.e., more than China. Mainly due to its increasing development potential and to the renewed security challenges ranging from countering terrorism to tackling climate change, the African continent is once again in the spotlight of many actors: from ⋙

Africa, European Union, African Union, development cooperation, borders, human rights

Research Highlights

Celebrating 20 years of UNSCR 1325: Past, present and future of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda

Final conference of the project Enhancing Women’s Participation in Peace and Security (WEPPS) 4 November 2020 – 11. ⋙

Executive Training for Early Career Researchers

Executive Training Seminars: Working and Researching in Challenging Environments, 30 November-2 December 2020, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa in ⋙

Transnational Governance Research Factory

A research incubator at the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies promoting the study of transnational governance dynamics in ⋙

ERIS Emerging Research in International Security

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Reviews | terrorism | European Union | Italy | coronavirus | borders | radicalization | Mali | refugees | Sahel |

warbling security