On the occasion of the forthcoming publication of Volume 6 of the Rubicon by Les Equateurs, devoted to security challenges in Africa, this roundtable discussion brings together the authors of this new volume to delve into the various issues addressed in this book.
For too long, Africa has been essentialized and often reduced to perpetual conflict and its accompanying humanitarian needs. Today, the African continent encompasses many of the political and strategic challenges faced by the international community as a whole. The need to take a fresh look at this collection of 54 states is more crucial than ever.
- Dr. Arthur Banga, Université Houphouët-Boigny
- Arthur Boutellis
- General (e. r.) Didier Castres
- Alexandra Lamarche
- Dr. Oswald Padonou, Professor and Program Director, École Nationale Supérieure des Armées (ENSA-Bénin)
- Raphael Parens, Research Associate, Foreign Policy Research Institute
- Michael Shurkin
- Dr. Nina Wilén, Director of the Africa Program for International Relations at the Egmont Institute