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Transitions from War to Peace: Dilemmas of Multilateral Intervention in Civil War

This paper examines the nexus between war and peace. It argues that war to peace transitions should not be seen as mechanistic processes which start at one point and end at another. First among the factors to be examined is that the root causes of...

Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Peacebuilding

"The primary objective of this seminar was to bring together researchers, practitioners and policymakers to reflect critically upon the nature of current post-conflict reconstruction and peacebuilding efforts, assess the challenges of fostering pe...

Resolutions of the Third Conference of Non-Aligned States

“The Third Summit Conference of Non-Aligned States was held in Lusaka, Namibia. A series of resolutions (some in the form of declarations or statements) was issued after the Conference, and the texts of most of these resolutions are reproduced in ...

Completing the Demobilisation, Disarmament and Reintegration Process of Armed Groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Link to Security Sector Reform of FARDC

"This situation report examines the demo- bilisation process in the DRC, including the factors impacting on the process, the new Army Reform plan, the role of the STAREC and UNSSSS plans, challenges,recommendations and the way forward. Demobilisa...

Sustaining the Peace in Angola. An overview of current demobilisation, disarmament and reintegration

"This monograph will therefore identify and explain the various programmes that guide or affect the current DD&R process, as a basis for future research, monitoring and evaluation. The first section gives an idea of the overall context within whic...

Towards cost-effective de-mining: An evaluation of experiences and techniques

"It is well-known that Africa is the continent most severely affected by landmines and that long after the end of hostilities, when heavy armaments have been decommissioned, contained or destroyed and media attention has moved elsewhere, civilia...

International problems of nuclear proliferation and the South African position

The issue of the role of nuclear weapons in international politics, whether it can be abolished or controlled is part of a long historical debate about the role of arms races in causing wars. History shows that disarmament was not successfully imp...

The European Union and Africa: developing partnerships for peace and security

"Peace and security are the greatest challenges facing the African continent as it strives to achieve its Millennium Development Goals and to build stable and well-functioning societies that will foster the economic development of its citizens. Si...

SAIIA Newsletter No. 4, 1971

This newsletter contains three articles and various brief reports.George Quester’s article summarises characteristics of the disarmament process the focus which have until recently been on the United States and the Soviet Union, with much disagree...

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