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How will global futures affect intra-Africa relations?

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Event details

Together with COVID-19, the shifts in global power and influence that have followed Russia’s invasion of Ukraine can be compared with events after the collapse of the Berlin Wall. The implications are however unclear, especially for Africa.

This seminar will explore how four global scenarios could impact on ties between African states and the associated changes in power relations. The four global scenarios are a Divided World (current trajectory), a World at War, a Sustainable World or a Growth World.

Moderator: Ottilia Maunganidze, Head, Special Projects, ISS Pretoria

Panellists:

Dr Jakkie Cilliers, Head, African Futures and Innovation, ISS Pretoria

Dr Andrews Atta-Asamoah, Head, Africa Peace and Security Governance, ISS Addis Ababa

Hafsa Maalim, Partnership Officer and Focal Person, Peace Fund, Department of Political Affairs, Peace & Security, AU Commission

Enquiries

Jakkie Cilliers, Email: jcilliers@issafrica.org (copy jwessels@issafrica.org)

Development partners

This seminar is funded by Humanity United, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency and the Hanns Seidel Foundation. The ISS is also grateful for support from the members of the ISS Partnership Forum: the Hanns Seidel Foundation, the European Union, the Open Society Foundations and the governments of Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden.

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