The Africa Research Centre was established in 2009 to conduct specialised research into issues arising out of conflict and post-conflict situations in Africa. The Centre acts as a consultancy to governments, political parties, companies and think-tanks.


The Director

Dr David Hoile is an African scholar and public affairs consultant specialising in African affairs and defence and security analysis.

He is the author of Justice Denied: The Reality of the International Criminal Court (2014), The International Criminal Court: Europe’s Guantánamo Bay? (2010), Darfur: The Road to Peace (2008), Darfur in Perspective (2006), Images of Sudan: Case Studies in Propaganda and Misinformation (2003), Farce Majeure: The Clinton Administration’s Sudan Policy 1993-2000 (2000), Mozambique, Resistance and Freedom: A Case for Reassessment (1994), and Mozambique: A Nation in Crisis (1989). He is also the editor of The Search for Peace in the Sudan: A Chronology of the Sudanese Peace Process 1989-2001 (2002). David Hoile holds a professorial appointment at the Sudan International University and has been a Research Professor at the Sudan University of Science and Technology and a Visiting Professor at the University of Khartoum.

He has commented on public policy issues on CNN, BBC News 24 and TV News, BBC radio, France 24, Chinese Central TV, Al-Jazeera English and Arabic, Press TV, Al-Arabiya and the Islam Channel.

 

Justice Denied:
The Reality of the International
Criminal Court

Author: David Hoile

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Press Release 01.06.2014

The International Criminal Court
Europe’s Guantánamo Bay?

Author: David Hoile

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Defunding the International Criminal Court

The Washington Times, 8 December 2015

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The Reality of the International Criminal Court and Ukraine

Izvestia, 8 December 2015

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Africa Must Leave the ICC

The Jerusalem Post, 28 June 2015

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Injustice in Africa

The Washington Times, 5 August 2015

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