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Weekly Security Readings 2


21 Nov 2019

How Africa meets the energy needs of a young, fast growing and increasingly urban population is crucial for the continent’s – and the world’s – economic and energy future. One-in-two people added to the global population between today and 2040 is set to be African, and by 2025, Africa’s population exceeds that of both India and China. These profound demographic changes are set to drive economic growth, infrastructure development and, in turn, energy demand. This report, the most comprehensive to date, contains a unique richness of data and analysis.

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14 Nov 2019

Deployed to Mogadishu in March 2007, the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) operates through a complicated and extensive system of partnerships. It is a crucial example of what the UN secretary-general has called “partnership peacekeeping”— peacekeeping supported by several international organizations, individual states, private firms, and local authorities.

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7 Nov 2019

In recent years, clean energy access for refugees and internally displaced people has emerged as a potential method of improving humanitarian outcomes and enabling self-reliance. This ethnographic study is the first of its kind to analyse energy access and resilience strategies deployed in two refugee camps, Kakuma in Kenya and Goudoubo in Burkina Faso. The stories of residents in these camps demonstrate the importance of considering everyday experiences of displaced people in developing sustainable humanitarian energy interventions.

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31 Oct 2019

The Sahel region’s security challenges are directly influenced by tribalism and ethnic dynamics. In recent decades mistreatment, favouritism, and corruption allowed criminality and multidimensional conflicts to flourish. Lightly governed and poorly secured regions in these countries became more strategic than ever to national, regional, and international actors due to the rise of militancy, criminal activities, and intercommunity violence.

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