AMISOM is rehabilitating Radio Mogadishu and publishing articles to 'empower' Somalis and push back against Islamist insurgents.
The group wants to prevent Islamist militias from getting arms. Meanwhile, Ethiopia's apparent renewed involvement in support of the government carries risks.
The government says it will ease media ban as part of an effort to reengage with the West. But the US and Europe are dubious.
The murder of the president and the Army chief on Monday raises questions about the nature of the instability in this African nation.
The International Criminal Court said Monday that it will decide on March 4 whether to issue an arrest warrant for President Omar al-Bashir for charges of crimes against humanity and genocide.
Khartoum has agreed to swap prisoners and talk with Darfur insurgents.
The world is not willing to allow this strategic nation to remain ungoverned. Can a coordinated effort create a stable government?
The Army dissolved government offices just hours after President Lansana Conte's death on Tuesday.
Zimbabwe's peace process is near collapse, amid accusations of guerrilla training camps and abductions of opposition party members.
Southern Sudan, Uganda, and Congo launched operation Lightning Thunder this week to flush the Lord's Resistance Army out of its base in northern Congo.