Supported by the Ford Foundation, the series will bring Nigerian officials, civil society activists, and opinion leaders to Washington, D.C. to engage with U.S. policymakers and Africa experts on how best to ensure that Nigeria's upcoming elections are peaceful, credible, and free.
Supported by Luce Foundation, this project examines the ways in which the religious and political spheres intersect in African contexts.
The CSIS Africa Program is undertaking four high-level Africa Energy Forums to examine new energy trends in Africa.
The Resilient Africa Network (RAN) is a partnership with Makerere University, Tulane University, and Stanford University focusing on identifying and supporting sources of resilience in various African communities.
Provides research, analysis, and policy recommendations that can effectively enhance global food security.
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A collection of historic CSIS Africa Program publications concerning U.S.-Africa relations from 1982-2006
Conducting research and analysis on major elements of U.S. policy toward Africa that is centrist and forward looking.
A foreign policy journal written by and for the enrichment of young professionals.
Assessing terror, insurgent, and criminal networks and government responses through targeted field work and an extensive network of specialists.
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Resources on U.S. policy towards Africa