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January 24, 2023

Nigeria
Gender Freeze

For Nigerian women, gender equality remains a bridge too far as increased social influence fails to translate into political power.

A woman wearing a "Restructure Women to the Structure" shirt protests alongside other women in Nigeria. She also wears a chain necklace around her neck.

June 29, 2022

Immigration and Migration
Uproar Over Britain’s Rwanda Asylum Plan Overlooks Nagging Issues in Illegal Migration

Support for immigration in the West must be balanced with concern about governance in African countries. 

Britain's Home Secretary, Priti Patel, gestures with a confused look to government officials.

November 15, 2022

Nigeria
The Great Climate Justice Blackmail

World leaders should rebuff Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari’s attempt at moral intimidation.

A building is pictured submerged and surrounded by water following a large flood.

December 8, 2022

China
CFR Fellows' Book Launch Series: Beijing's Global Media Offensive by Joshua Kurlantzick

Since China’s ascendancy toward great power status began in the 1990s, many observers have focused on its economic growth and expanding military power. In contrast, most viewed China’s ability to pro…

Play Chinese soldier stands in front of the gates to the Forbidden City in Beijing, China

November 7, 2022

Political Transitions
Theory From the South?

Much more than material support for the democratic process, Africa—and the developing world—needs the United States to reaffirm its commitment to democratic principles.

Nigeria's then incoming President Muhmmadu Buhari accepts his new role as Nigerian President as others look on.

February 25, 2016

United States
Islamophobia and the Challenges of Religious Pluralism

Michael K. Le Roy and Eboo Patel discuss the challenges of religious pluralism in the United States.

Podcast

October 13, 2022

Tanzania
Maasai Evictions Highlight Conflict Between “Preservation” and Citizenship

The regional court’s ruling in favor of the Tanzanian government has serious implications for indigenous citizenship rights and the state of democracy in the country. 

A man wearing red stands in the middle of the road filled with tear gas, while a police officer dressed in blue blows a whistle.

February 13, 2013

Global
Religion, Conflict, and Cooperation

Eboo Patel leads a conversation on his new book Sacred Ground: Pluralism, Prejudice, and the Promise of America, and his work as a Muslim interfaith adviser to the Obama administration.

Podcast

June 16, 2015

Middle East and North Africa
Building Religious Pluralism

Eboo Patel, founder and president of the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC), leads a conversation on the global interfaith movement’s efforts to achieve religious pluralism, as part of CFR's Religion and F…

Podcast

September 6, 2022

Russia
Mikhail Gorbachev on the Streets of Accra

The aftershock of the collapse of the Soviet empire reverberated from Cape Town to Cairo.

A photograph of Mikhail Gorbachev stands against a wall whilst people in suits are pictured in the background.