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Abiy Ahmed’s ‘Medemer’ reforms: Can it ensure sustainable growth for Ethiopia and what are the challenges facing the new government?

Sara Mokaddem | March 05, 2019

Since coming to power on April 2018, Dr. Abiy seems to be unstoppable, making the world headlines on many occasions. He has embarked the country on...

China’s Growth Rebalance with Downslide

Otaviano Canuto | March 05, 2019

China’s GDP growth last year (6.6%) was the lowest in the last two decades. In its World Economic Prospects update in January, the IMF maintained...

The ICC and the African Union: “Engaging African Youth in International Justice”

Hisham Aidi | February 27, 2019

On February 1, 2019, the International Criminal Court (ICC) released Laurent Gbagbo, the former president of Côte d’Ivoire, and the first head of...

Ahead of the Senegalese Presidential Elections : Taking the Temperature from Twitter Mining

Ihssane Guennoun , Zainab Adel | February 22, 2019

As Senegalese population are due to join the polls on Sunday February 24th, 2019 to elect their next president, several voters are turning to social...

Spelling the end of Washington's leniency with Beijing - The United States' return to Africa

Abdelhak Bassou | February 21, 2019

The advent of Donald Trump’s presidency of the United States of America brought the tensions between the United States and China to the fore. The US...

Fin de la récréation de Washington face à Pékin - Le retour des Etats-Unis en Afrique

L’arrivée de Donald Trump à la présidence des Etats-Unis d’Amérique avait mis en exergue les tensions entre les USA et la Chine. Le président...

Africa and the New Rentier Effect: Oil, Aid, Regime-Type

Hisham Aidi | February 11, 2019

Scholars of European state formation have long underlined the connection between taxation and political development, noting that revenue collection...

Egypt- Israel: Aiming for Rapprochment

Youssef Tobi | February 05, 2019

The Egypt-Israel relationship follows a historical pattern of confrontation that transcripts the rivalry between the Arab countries and the Jewish...

Egypte-Israël : Quand l’histoire sépare, les intérêts rapprochent

Les relations entre l’Egypte et Israël suivent un schéma historique de confrontation qui transcrit la rivalité entre les pays arabes et l’Etat hébreu...

Morocco Faces its First Commercial Dispute before the WTO

Jamal Machrouh | February 06, 2019

This paper examines Turkey's case against Morocco before the World Trade Organization (WTO), over anti-dumping duties on hot-rolled steel...

Le Maroc à l’épreuve de son premier litige commercial devant l’OMC: Affaire Maroc-Acier laminé à chaud (plainte de Turquie).

Ce papier examine la plainte initiée par la Turquie devant l’Organisation mondiale du commerce (OMC) contre le Maroc au sujet des droits antidumping...

The Role of a Flexible Foreign Exchange System in Macroeconomic Adjustment: The Case of Morocco.

Abdelaaziz Aït Ali | January 01, 2019

Morocco has moved towards a more flexible exchange rate system by widening its currency fluctuation bands to +/- 2.5% around a central price. This...

Rôle du régime de change flexible dans l’ajustement macroéconomique : cas du Maroc.

Le Maroc a initié une première étape vers l’adoption d’un régime de change flexible, en élargissant les bandes de fluctuations à +/- 2,5% par rapport...

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