Commonwealth
Opinion

What Brexit means for the Commonwealth

By Sue Onslow, Senior Research Fellow, ICwS By voting to leave the European Union, Britain’s future relationship with its fellow Commonwealth members has assumed both a greater significance and a greater degree of uncertainty. Before the poll, the uniform message from...

The Commonwealth and Brexit

 By Dr Eva Namusoke, Postdoctoral Research Officer, ICWS, Commonwealth Oral History Project The campaign ahead of the EU referendum on Thursday 23rd June has been bitterly fought by both the Remain and Leave camps, with rhetoric and statistics bombarded at voters on a...

Africa’s Long Road and Current Developments

By Keith Somerville, ICWS Senior Research Fellow Buhari and the Bulldozer gets to grips with graft – combatting corruption in Nigeria and Tanzania. A demonstration of the diversity but also shared problems of structure and agency in Sub-Saharan Africa This month my...