Professor Franklyn Lisk comments on the South African embassy closing in Nigeria after reprisal attacks triggered by xenophobic violence in South Africa.
Professor Franklyn Lisk, of the Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation, discusses the looting and violence in South Africa targeting foreigners in which five people have died.
Following the news that Mozambique has agreed a deal to restructure its $726 million debt, Dr Stephen Connelly and Dr Celine Tan from Warwick School of Law, who have been working on African debt relief and human rights with a number of partners, have given media comment.
Dr Mike Tildesley, associate professor in the Department of Life Sciences at Warwick, comments on the latest Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
"The outpouring of criticism towards the American hunter who killed Cecil the lion and those who helped him in Zimbabwe is likely to be a much bigger penalty than he will face through the justice system," says Dr Eric Jensen, an internationally recognised expert on public engagement with wildlife.