Iran’s changing trade patterns

Iran’s changing trade patterns

There is no doubt that external sanctions have altered Iran’s trade patterns because it has been forced to address three sanctions-related challenges:  Secure sources of imports in light of the hesitation of the traditional sources of imported goods to work with...
Re-unifying Libya’s Petroleum Facilities Guard

Re-unifying Libya’s Petroleum Facilities Guard

September’s ending of the nine-month long blockade of the country oil sector infrastructure by Khalifa Haftar’s self-styled Libyan Arab Armed Forces (LAAF), and the National Oil Corporation’s (NOC) subsequent lifting of force majeure, has seen oil production rebound...
The aftermath of the #EndSARS protests

The aftermath of the #EndSARS protests

At least 20 of Nigeria’s 36 states have established judicial panels of inquiry into police brutality following a directive from President Muhammadu Buhari to do so. The Lagos State panel is attracting the most attention because of its mandate to look into the alleged...