Academic Portrait: Roland Marchal at the Forefront of Research

As part of the campaign to free Fariba Adelkhah and Roland Marchal, Didier Péclard and Sandrine Perrot reflect on his academic contribution as a leader...

Why the Social Sciences Need Professor Roland Marchal

As part of the campaign to free Fariba Adelkhah and Roland Marchal, Tatiana Carayannis and Louisa Lombard reflect on his contribution to the social sciences. To support...

Why the United Nations Needs Roland Marchal and His Analysis

As part of the campaign to free Fariba Adelkhah and Roland Marchal, Enrica Picco reflects on how his work has helped and can help the...

Interview with Maître Delphine Kemneloum Djiraïbé

As part of the campaign to free Fariba Adelkhah and Roland Marchal, Marielle Debos interviews Maître Delphine Kemneloum Djiraïbé, who explains how "Roland Marchal's analysis...

Authoritarian Africa – Watch the Video of Fromagehomme’s new book!

DiA's very own Fromagehomme (aka Prof Nic Cheeseman) has a new book out with Dr Jonathan Fisher called Authoritarian Africa: Repression, Resistance and the...
Capital of Cameroon/CREDIT: Ariel Nathan Ada Mbita

REPORT: Gross Human Rights Abuses in the Anglophone Crisis – How...

Gross human rights abuses are occurring in the Cameroon Anglophone Crisis, which on the surface is a conflict between minority anglophone groups in Cameroon...

Why Tanzania’s attacks on free speech break with Nyerere’s legacy

Nick Westcott reflects on increasing attacks on free speech and journalists in Tanzania. He questions President Magufuli's respect for Julius Nyerere's legacy of valuing...

The Politics of Health Crisis: Borders and Ebola

More than 2000 cases of Ebola have been recorded in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) since last August. Now, despite authorities’ efforts...

Struggles over citizenship in Liberia

What does a constitutional clause reveal about Liberians's ideas of citizenship? Robtel Neajai Pailey investigates ... In 1973 Liberia introduced its Aliens and Nationality Law. This,...

Gbagbo’s acquittal isn’t bad for the ICC. But problems around evidence...

Laurent Gbagbo acquittal by the International Criminal Court of crimes against humanity raises the question: what will it take to secure a conviction at...