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With our headquarters in South Africa and consultants spread across the African continent and abroad, CAI combines in-country presence and expertise with a holistic understanding of our local and international clientele, making CAI your definitive partner in Africa. Learn more about CAI.

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Visit CAI's recently launched Counter-Proliferation research unit for information on our counter proliferation research, our latest report entitled 'SA's future nuclear energy plans', and much more.

Featured CAI Analyst

Alvin Singh

Meet Alvin Singh

Alvin Singh is founder of the ARS Media Group, and serves as Strategic Communication Advisor to the African Union Diaspora Forum. Alvin is also editor of Unchain Africa Press, a media strategist and documentary producer. He has worked with non-profit organisations, media companies, Fortune 500 and small businesses. Alvin specialises in understanding human behaviour and how technology can inspire design products for current and future customers. Meet more of our expert analysts.

Featured Discussion Paper

China’s role in Africa’s conflicts: Military cooperation, arms transfers and involvement in peacekeeping operations

Written by Diego Cordano (1)
Friday, 11 April 2014 11:06

The growing importance of China in Africa is affecting Africa’s security environment. China can play a positive role in upholding peace and stability. However, while Chinese interests often coincide with the need for peace and security of the African continent and therefore promote stability in several African countries, China is neither contributing to the creation of responsible and accountable militaries, nor stopping human rights violations. Read more...

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New piracy threats and the peril of flags of convenience: Southern Africa’s first ship hijacking highlights the risks to security of foreign-registered ships
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Europe-Africa relations: Amani Africa and the EU Training Missions
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Food sovereignty: A prerequisite for Africa’s food security and sustainability in a warming climate
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Shifting power in Abuja affects, and is affected, by Nigeria’s security outlook: Pre-election politics has turned violent and divisive


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