Ifriqiya is published alternately in Hebrew and English, on a monthly basis. It provides both a historical and contemporary analysis on various issues, and covers topics relating to African history, culture, religions, politics, economics, and more. It is edited by Dr. Irit Back, the Head of Africa Studies at the MDC. Inbal Ben-Yehuda is the Assistant Editor in Hebrew, while Sarah Jacobs is the Assistant Editor in English.
Ifriqiya - Africa Research and Analysis
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Idit Toledano examines the development of urban culture in Kinsasha, Democratic Republic of the Congo. In Hebrew.
MDC Research Assistant Jocelynn Ramiah analyzes the effects of the Boko Haram insurgency on the civilian population of Nigeria.
Ifriqiya: Dumsor: Social and Political Ramifications of the Electricity Supply Crisis in Ghana (Hebrew)
Itamar Dubinsky examines the current crisis in the supply of electricity in Ghana. In Hebrew.
Ifriqiya: Muhammadu Buhari and the Future of Nigeria: A Critical Look at the Presidential Elections (Hebrew)
Dr. Nurit Hashimoni-Yafa examines the recent elections held in Nigeria, and what they portend for the future of the country.
Dr. Conrad Rein examines the relationship between the European Union, the African Union, and the United Nations.
Ifriqiya: From Ancient African Empire to modern "Terror Kingdom": Mali as an Arena for Radical Islam (Hebrew)
Olga Bogorad examines Mali and activities of radical Islamist groups in that country.
Tracey Greenstein analyzes the role of folklore and traditional medicine in the current civil war raging in the CAR.
Ambassador Haim Koren examines the challenges currently facing the newly independent state of South Sudan.