New in the ASCL Africanist Blog: An unknown chapter: Israel’s re-emerging relations with Africa

A relatively unknown feature in Africa’s international relations is the slow return of Israel to the continent, re-establishing diplomatic relations and cooperation programs. Growing contacts between Israel and the (Sunni) Muslim world helped to take away Africa’s hesitation for reconnecting with Israel. While advancing its business interests, Israel has no ‘imperialist’ agenda in Africa, Jan Abbink observes in his latest contribution to the ASCL Africanist Blog.