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A recent spate of unclaimed bombings strongly suggests Egypt now faces a more multifaceted, yet less potent, grassroots threat in addition to the threat posed by militant groups.
A review of the world's most pressing geopolitical events and insight into what the coming week will bring.
Nigeria's election commission announced that it had ordered national elections originally scheduled to be held Feb. 16 to be postponed for a week, the Nigerian news outlet Premium Times reported.
The differences between the incumbent Muhammadu Buhari and his challenger, Atiku Abubakar, will determine the presidential vote on Feb. 16 -- and potentially their country's stability.
A Nigerian court has issued an arrest warrant for suspended Chief Justice Walter Onnoghen after he failed to appear at a Feb. 13 hearing, The Guardian reported.
The coming presidential contest has thrown the country into a state of flux, threatening the political balance that has helped it contain its internal security threats.
Egypt largely turned inward over the last decade as it faced major challenges at home, but it can now turn its attention to resuming its historic role as a strategic regional power.
A Nigerian court has indefinitely adjourned the trial of suspended chief justice Walter Onnoghen, The Guardian reported Jan. 28.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has suspended Walter Onnoghen, the country's top judge, over multiple allegations, AFP reported Jan. 25.
The violent and resilient organization no longer controls vast swaths of territory, yet it remains a force to be reckoned with around the world. Here's a look at what to expect from the group in 2019.
Nigerian presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar has reaffirmed his position that, if elected, he would privatize the state-run Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC), Bloomberg reported Jan. 16.
A militant group calling itself the "Koluama Seven Brothers" said it conducted a warning strike on a Nigerian oil facility owned by Conoil on Jan. 4, Reuters reported Jan. 6.
Infographics from Visual Capitalist help illuminate how the next decade is setting up to be one of historic transformation.
The Reformed Niger Delta Avengers (RNDA) have announced that they will support President Muhammadu Buhari's bid for re-election in 2019, the Daily Post reported Sept. 17.
As Africa's most populous country heads toward elections early next year, its political leadership will turn to the tried and true: seek electoral advantage by exploiting insecurity.
U.S. carriers Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and American Airlines said they are amending how their websites refer to Taiwan after the Chinese government accused them of missing deadlines to do so, the South China Morning Post reported Aug. 9.
Urban warfare is increasingly being recognized as a feature of contemporary and future war. This now and future operational space is fraught with challenges as described in the previous essays in this series.
If Beijing and New Delhi fail to come up with a comprehensive system to manage the waterways they share, the repercussions could be devastating for the region, its inhabitants and its environment.