‘There’s a massive knock-on from the Ukraine crisis in Africa,’ says Chatham House’s Alex Vines

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By Dr Desné Masie and Angus Chapman. Published on April 25, 2022

From food price inflation to greater interest in African gas, the Russia-Ukraine war will have big implications for Africa, as the director of Chatham House’s Africa Programme tells us.