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.
Ifriqiya - Africa Research and Analysis
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Ornit Avidar analyzes the significant problem of potable water shortages on the African Continent, and the problematic response by the international community.
Guest author Yasmine Hasnaoui analyzes the role that the United Nations has taken in solving the seemingly intractable Western Sahara conflict.
Rina Bassist takes a look at Israel-Rwanda strengthening relations.
Guest author Dr. Yael Mehl writes how Ghanian folklore enters into contemporary discourse. In Hebrew.
Guest author Omer Keynan analyzes the way that the boundaries between the personal and the social are blurred in contemporary hip-hop music, using Kendrick Lamar's song 'Alright' as a case study.
מאמרה של גב' אילת לוי עוסק במשבר המהגרים והפליטים בלוב כמשבר אפריקני ותוצאותיו
Rina Bassist analyzes the shift in French foreign policy in Africa under new President Emmanuel Macron.
Dr. Nahum Shiloh investigates how Africa has become an arena for the expression of Saudi -Qatari rivalry. In Hebrew.
Eline Rosenhart analyzes the interplay between the ongoing Qatar crisis and the relationship between Chad and Sudan.
Inbal Ben-Yehuda investigates the attitude of Darfurians to Islam, in the shadow of the Darfur crisis. In Hebrew.