FOREIGN BRIEF 5 November 2018 by TOM CONNOLLY WHAT’S HAPPENING? Trade and diplomatic exchanges are blossoming across the Horn of Africa after a series...

OCP POLICY CENTER 31 October 2018 by RIDA LYAMMOURI here has been a flurry of activity in the Horn of Africa recently, where decades-old political disputes have suddenly been put to rest. The resulting changes have shattered the status quo in the region, putting the Horn on a new path where state-to-state relations are no longer marked by regional competition and frozen...

HARVARD POLITICAL REVIEW 29 October 2018 by KESHAV RASTOGI Port of Djibouti, 2005 With over 100 million people, Ethiopia is easily the most populous landlocked...

AUTOMOTIVE LOGISTICS 25 October 2018 by GAVIN DU VENAGE The end of a long war between Eritrea and Ethiopia looks set to boost economic growth in the Horn...

THE AFRICA REPORT 23 October 2018 by NICHOLAS NORBROOK new agreements with African and Arab neighbours should help Ethiopia better integrate into global...

EURACTIV 23 October 2018 by FAISAL AL YAFAI An artist prepares a patriotic mural by the road between Asmara and Keren. Memories of the long war of independence...

RACONTEUR 22 October 2018 by PHILIP KLEINFIELD With its developing ports, the Horn of Africa is an area of significant commercial and military strategic...

BLOOMBERG 19 October 2018 by NIZAR MANEK Eritrea may provide trade route amid dispute with Djibouti Company sees as many as 12 ports needed in Horn...

ECOFIN AGENCY 17 October 2018 by MOUTIOU ADJIBI NOUROU (Ecofin Agency) – Today 17 October 2018, the World Economic Forum (WEF) published its 2018...

ESI AFRICA 15 October 2018 The African Development Bank has approved the East Africa Regional Integration Strategy Paper (RISP) laying out the roadmap...