The three-year anniversary of the Central African Republic’s (CAR) peace agreement is no cause for celebration.
Refugees International’s Alexandra Lamarche joins the Harriman Institute at Columbia University for a conversation on Russian engagement in Africa.
The Central African Republic is in the midst of a dire humanitarian crisis. Refugees International convened a group of experts in the country to identify what a roadmap for peace must entail.
Months on from the December 2020 elections, the situation in the Central African Republic (CAR) continues to deteriorate. The United States, however, has the perceived neutrality, resources and influence to mediate and make good on its promise that “diplomacy is back.”
The number of people in need of humanitarian assistance in the Central African Republic is rising. Here’s what must be done.
Refugees International Senior Fellow Sarah Miller reacts to the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Ethiopia.
Proxy wars pitting France and Chad against Russia and Rwanda threaten to destabilize the entire region while subjecting Central Africans to more violence and instability.
Senior Advocate for West and Central Africa Alexandra Lamarche reacts to increasing violence across the Central African Republic over the past few weeks.
MINUSCA faces serious challenges in the Central African Republic.
Years of instability and violence in the Central African Republic have led to large-scale displacement and a desperate need for international aid.