Central African Republic
Central African Republic


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Central African Republic: Country Passes Constitutional Referendum Abolishing Term Limits

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May 31, 2023 | 19:06 GMT

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Nov 29, 2022 | 19:58 GMT

Central African Republic: Government Adopts Bitcoin as Legal Currency

Apr 27, 2022 | 15:17 GMT

Central African Republic: Arrest of French Soldiers Will Worsen Relations With the West

Feb 23, 2022 | 20:55 GMT

Central African Republic: United Nations Renews Peacekeeping Mandate

Nov 16, 2021 | 19:28 GMT
SnapshotsAug 8, 2017
Central African Republic: The Specter of Genocide Is Raised
Most of southern Africa's power comes from its abundant natural resources, hospitable climate and fertile soil.
AssessmentsMar 7, 2017
Southern Africa: A Sputtering Powerhouse
The Beau-Rivage Palace hotel in Lausanne, Switzerland. The politically neutral space hotels provide can make them ideal spaces for leaders to convene for consultation in times of crisis.
On the RoadMar 5, 2017
The Temporary Halls of Power
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GraphicsJan 9, 2017
What Holds the Central African Republic Back
France withdrew its forces -- shown patrolling the Muslim district of Bangui -- from the Central African Republic in October 2016, following three of the bloodiest years in the country's history since it gained independence in 1960. The Central African Republic's geographic challenges and political instability bode ill for its development.
AssessmentsJan 6, 2017
At the Heart of the Central African Republic's Struggles
Chadian President Idriss Deby answers reporters' questions in N'Djamena. So far, the boon of France's friendship has enabled Chad's leaders to deflect any criticism of its inherent flaws.
AssessmentsSep 13, 2016
Chad: France's Overlooked African Citadel
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