5 edition of Conflict prevention and peace-building in Africa found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 210-223).
|Statement||Danish Ministry of Foreign Affrairs, Danida|
|Publishers||Danish Ministry of Foreign Affrairs, Danida|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
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Doyal, Len and Ian Gough 1991. 42, University of Lagos, language: English, abstract: Globalization is a process of global economic, cultural, and political integration. Problem-solving workshops: The role of scholarship in conflict resolution.
11 And the latter increasingly involves private extra-continental economic and strategic interests rather than those of states. Although conflict situations are always specific, attempts to resolve the different conflicts ought to be about the desire to raise and address the fundamental issues that divide the parties to a conflict rather than the simple desire to reduce or eliminate violence as has been the case.
Decoloniality in Africa: A continuing search for a New World Order. Meanwhile basic principles and values that underpinned the international system and that had appeared unassailable as basic tenets of global order are under siege.
A major part of this peacebuilding agenda is contained in the African Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy Framework NEPAD 2005. The tribunals seem to have been intended for punishing individuals chosen for destruction by the powerful stakeholders rather than for unearthing the causes of conflict that remain deeply rooted in the respective societies. This article was originally published in the number 8 of the EEAS Africa Department newsletter "Africa YEEAS".
Africa Quarterly, 38 2pp. Lingren, Karin, Birger Heldt, Kjell-Ake Nordquist and Peter Wallensteen 1991. Sustainable Use of and equal access to Natural Resources GOOD GOVERNANCE• New York, International Peace Academy.
forces to become engaged in a conflict where many believe the U.
In the light of these dimensions, we can consider African conflicts as belonging to the following six types: inter-ethnic conflicts, inter-state conflicts, liberation conflicts, civil rights conflicts, annexationist conflicts, and political transition conflicts.
2002 Diamonds: The Real Story National Geographic 201 3 , March: 2—35.