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Conflict, Peace and Security in Africa: an Assessment and New Questions After 50 Years of African Independence
Grasa Hernandez, Rafael; Mateos, Óscar (Mateos Martín)
Institut Català Internacional per la Pau
Since the independence processes in the African continent, armed conflicts, peace and security have raised concern and attention both at the domestic level and at the international scale. In recent years, all aspects have undergone significant changes which have given rise to intense debate. The end of some historical conflicts has taken place in a context of slight decrease in the number of armed conflicts and the consolidation of post-conflict reconstruction processes. Moreover, African regional organizations have staged an increasingly more active internal shift in matters related to peace and security, encouraged by the idea of promoting “African solutions to African problems”. This new scenario, has been accompanied by new uncertainties at the security level and major challenges at the operational level, especially for the African Union. This article aims to ascertain the state of affairs on all these issues and raise some key questions to consider.
03-01-2011
32 - Política
Pau -- Àfrica
Paz -- África
Peace -- Africa
Construcció de Pau
Construcción de Paz
Peacebuilding
Unió Africana
Unión Africana
African Union
43 p.
Documento de trabajo
2013.5793 (en línia);
2013.5785 (paper)
ICIP Working Papers;2010/08
         

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