In the Sahel, there are groups perceived and self-perceived as minorities. The ability of States in the region to integrate them—as well as the way they are treated by those States—are factors that, in governance, can be either a risk factor or an aid in consolidation. First episode of our new series on the future of the Sahel.
What can we learn about human beings by exploring the ocean floor? François Sarano, an oceanographer and writer, firmly believes that the encounter with wildlife and non-human living beings is an experience that transforms our binary vision which separates “humans” from “animals”.
A look back at the multifaceted history of forms of feminism should prompt reflection and analysis on the ideological and political foundations of institutions and thereby allow them to have a clearer and more effective position for their strategies and operations.
The philosopher Catherine Larrère (Paris-I Panthéon-Sorbonne University) has helped make environmental ethics known in France. In this interview, she talks about the bases of the notion of ecocide and the struggle for the “rights of nature”.
When President Idriss Déby died on April 19, 2021, most analysts talked about the effect this will have on the stability of Chad and the sub-region, suggesting there may be new wars due to the influence of the Chadian military. An influence that finds its source in oil money.