Stephen Buchanan-Clarke
Stephen Buchanan-Clarke is a security analyst with several years of experience working in both conflict and post-conflict settings in Africa, primarily on issues of peace and security; transitional justice and reconciliation; democratisation and governance; and preventing and countering violent extremism. He currently serves as head of the Human Security and Climate Change (HSCC) project at Good Governance Africa and is a co-editor of the Extremisms in Africa anthology series.
Zimbabwe media policy briefing

Zimbabwe media policy briefing

The 2013 Zimbabwean Constitution’s well-articulated provisions for media freedom are in stark contrast to the fragility of the country’s current media landscape, 41 years after the attainment of independence. The Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC) is a constitutional...

Intelligence in a time of crisis

Intelligence in a time of crisis

Evaluating the security sector’s response to violent unrest and looting in Kwazulu-Natal and Gauteng   Last week, South Africa was rocked by scenes of violent unrest and looting concentrated in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng. At least 200 people have lost their lives...

Trouble in the Kingdom of eSwatini

Trouble in the Kingdom of eSwatini

Navigating calls for democratic reform in Africa’s last remaining absolute monarchy Over the past week, the Kingdom of eSwatini has been rocked by pro-democracy protests. What began as a public outcry following the death of university student Thabane Nkomonye in May,...

Mozambique’s displacement dilemma

Mozambique’s displacement dilemma

Human rights violations exacerbate the displacement of northern Mozambicans, already facing crisis levels of food insecurity “There is no greater sorrow on earth than the loss of one’s native land” - Euripides, 431 BC The United Nations (UN) estimates the number of...

Stephen Buchanan-Clarke
Stephen Buchanan-Clarke is a security analyst with several years of experience working in both conflict and post-conflict settings in Africa, primarily on issues of peace and security; transitional justice and reconciliation; democratisation and governance; and preventing and countering violent extremism. He currently serves as head of the Human Security and Climate Change (HSCC) project at Good Governance Africa and is a co-editor of the Extremisms in Africa anthology series.
Zimbabwe media policy briefing

Zimbabwe media policy briefing

The 2013 Zimbabwean Constitution’s well-articulated provisions for media freedom are in stark contrast to the fragility of the country’s current media landscape, 41 years after the attainment of independence. The Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC) is a constitutional...