The new documents expose how Africa has become a happy hunting ground for Chinese and Russian spies seeking technological and geopolitical advantage
Feb 25, 2015
Latest batch of South African intelligence reports show CSIS’s interest in whether Israeli airline staff might have been spies at international airports
Feb 24, 2015
Documents from South Africa inadvertently show how the world of espionage is prone to bumbling mix-ups and bureaucratic bickering
Feb 23, 2015
It’s not a police state yet, but the country may be close to another turning point
Feb 14, 2015
Opposition members forcefully removed from Parliament during President’s state-of-the-nation address
Feb 12, 2015
Smaller countries on continent, with record of human-rights abuses, are being eyed by foreign investors
Feb 10, 2015
First Quantum had planned an expansion of its biggest Zambian asset, the Kansanshi copper mine, and a smelter, but those investments are on hold
Feb 09, 2015
Six-week postponement to allow military operation against Boko Haram greeted by street protests and strong denunciations from opposition parties
Feb 08, 2015
Nigeria has postponed the Feb. 14 presidential election by six weeks to March 28
Feb 07, 2015
Nigeria, like other oil-dependent countries, is sliding into a spiral of economic damage
Feb 06, 2015
Geoffrey York is The Globe and Mail's Africa correspondent.
He has been a foreign correspondent for the newspaper since 1994, including seven years as the Moscow Bureau Chief and seven years as the Beijing Bureau Chief.
He is a veteran war correspondent who has covered war zones since 1992 in places such as Somalia, Sudan, Chechnya, Iraq and Afghanistan. He is the author of three books, including two books on aboriginal issues in Canada.
He has received several journalistic awards, including a National Magazine Award and two National Newspaper Awards.