Seleka, the sango word for ‘Union’ is the name adopted by the union of various rebel movements who seized power in the Central African Republic (CAR) by storming the Presidential Palace on 24 March 2013.
A recurring debate in European politics, and one that spans many different policy areas, concerns the merits and failings of regulation.
Mobile phones, computers, cars: three everyday products that contain minerals sourced outside Europe. Do consumers know of the links between conflicts and minerals?
The race to define a new generation of sustainable development goals is on. The EU has played a constructive role in UN negotiations so far, but many challenges remain.
For the duration of the Russian Presidency of the G20, energy sustainability will be towards the top of the agenda in an effort to unlock global sustainable development.
To combat human trafficking, the European Union should encourage closer collaboration with religious and non-denominational organisations working on the ground.
That was the motto of the International Seminar and subsequent General Assembly of the World Movement of Christian Workers (WMCW).
The question of aid to Egypt will also have to be reassessed now that there is a new government in power.
The European Union could be the leader in the solution to the problem of natural resource exploitation in conflict areas.
European legislation in the extractive sector still has a long way to go before it can be an effective instrument against tax evasion.
Poverty and climate change are the two main challenges for the 21st century and the European Commission has just made public a Communication addressing these issues.