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April 4, 2019

Democratic Republic of Congo
A Conversation With Félix Tshisekedi

President Tshisekedi discusses the recent elections in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the future of the country in the region.

Play A Conversation With Félix Tshisekedi

July 13, 2022

Democratic Republic of Congo
From Climate Change to Regional Security, the DRC Looms Large

The future of the Democratic Republic of Congo is as consequential as the country is complicated.

Democratic Republic of the Congo's President Felix Tshisekedi speaks during the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26)

February 8, 2019

Democratic Republic of Congo
An Alternative Perspective on the U.S. Decision to Recognize Tshisekedi

In the daily Africa in Transition blog, on February 6, 2019, Ambassador Michelle Gavin, a Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations Africa Program, harshly criticized the United States government’s policy toward the December 2018 presidential election in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

DRC-Congo-Kinshasa-Tshisekedi-Inauguration

July 20, 2021

Democratic Republic of Congo
Political Uncertainty in DRC Highlights Need for Sustained Outside Attention

Back in 2019, the international community acquiesced to undemocratic dealmaking that preempted the will of Congolese voters and brought current President Felix Tshisekedi to power. President Tshisekedi, who has been extremely clear about his intention to seek a second term, has been more ambiguous about whether elections slated for December 2023 will occur on time.

Current President of the Democratic Republic of Congo Felix Tshisekedi and his predecessor Joseph Kabila sit on plush orange seats while wearing suits in apparent conversation.

July 1, 2007

Monetary Policy
Felix Salmon, matchmaker …

Large, opaque financial institution with a long time horizon and lots of cash to invest in anything that yields more than Treasuries, please meet an opaque, hard-to-value (and sometimes hard-to-sell)…

September 12, 2006

Economics
Welcome Felix Salmon …

Felix Salmon – who has long followed emerging market debt for Euromoney – has started blogging for RGE. He wants to do a real bloggy-blog.  Lots of updates.  Short, sharp comments not lengthy diatrib…

March 10, 2022

Democratic Republic of Congo
Conspiracy and Mistrust Poison Congolese Politics

Major powers are ever-more aware of Congo’s importance as they jockey for access to Congolese minerals vital to a clean energy transition and wake up to the global importance of Congo’s carbon sinks. But the will of the Congolese people—and their ability to determine the course of their country—remains stifled.

The incoming and outgoing Congolese presidents stand wearing official dress next to their wives. A group of officials and other individuals stand behind them.

January 7, 2003

United States
Felix Rohatyn, Banker and Diplomat, Joins Council as Counselor

  For further information contact: April Palmerlee, Director of Communications 434-9544   December 11, 2000, New York, NY – Felix G. Rohatyn, U.S. Ambassador to France and former Managin…

December 18, 2020

Democratic Republic of Congo
Power-sharing Agreement Breaks Down in DRC

When Félix Tshisekedi assumed power in in the Democratic Republic of the Congo at the start of 2019, he did so not because of the will of the voters (who apparently favored a different candidate).

Felix Tshisekedi receives the presidential sash from the outgoing President Joseph Kabila during the inauguration ceremony whereby Tshisekedi was sworn into office as the new president of the Democratic Republic of Congo

July 2, 2020

Belgium
Belgium Begins to Confront Its Brutal Colonial Past in Congo

Following anti-racism protests in Belgium, King Philippe, in a letter to Felix Tshisekedi, president of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), expressed his "regret" over his country’s exploitation of DRC.

Belgian King Philippe sits at a dark wooden table in a black suit, black tie, and white shirt. His hands are folded and his face is somber, with his silver-white hair combed down. To the left is a Belgian flag on a vertical flag pole; to the right are two family framed pictures sitting on a low bookcase.