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A Critical Look at the 2011 North African Revolutions and their Implications

"The overarching objective of this conference was to assist a variety of African policy and decision makers and other stakeholders to formulate informed policies for an effective management of the crises in North Africa at these interesting but ext…

Central African Republic (CAR) Conflict Insight

The purpose of this report is to provide analysis and recommendations to assist the African Union (AU), Regional Economic Communities (RECs), Member States and Development Partners in decision-making and in the implementation of peace and security r…

Managing Ethiopia’s Unsettled Transition

Nine months after Ethiopia’s new prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, assumed power, the country remains in flux and the trajectory of its transition uncertain. Long-simmering ethnic grievances have been compounded by elite disagreements about a range of iss…

Fair Elections Key to Stability in Mozambique

Mozambicans go to the polls on 15 October 2019 in presidential, parliamentary and provincial elections. These are taking place in a tense political context and are expected to be the toughest yet for the ruling party Frelimo. This is owing to a decl…

Africa-Japan Relations in the Context of Global Peace and Security: The Need for a Well-Tailored Policy

The seventh Tokyo International Conference on Africa’s Development (TICAD VII) will be held in Yokohama, Japan from August 28 to 30, 2019. Two of the three specific agendas of the conference will directly and indirectly focus on issues of peace and …

Ethiopia: Conflict Insights

Ethiopia, located in the Horn of Africa, is one of the continent’s oldest independent countries that served as a symbol of African independence during the colonial period. As a founding member of the United Nations and the Organization of African Un…

Human Transformation of the Armed Forces for Democratic Stability in Cote d’Ivoire

Historical factors including ethnic and political manipulation of the military by successive political leadership, civil war and post-election crisis have bequeathed Cote d’Ivoire with a factionalized armed forces. There have been efforts by UNOCI a…

Regional Trainers' Forum: Preventing Natural Resource Conflicts in West Africa through Training/Capacity Building’

The relative stability in West Africa after the wave of independence in the 1960s gave way to some large-scale, violent conflicts and civil wars from the 1990s onward. Especially in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Côte d’Ivoire, the region increas…

Understanding and Working with Local Sources of Peace, Security and Justice in West Africa

The workshop created a platform for exchanges that are rare under normal circumstances. For example, it gave opportunities for members of youth groups to directly voice their frustration with chiefs, and for chiefs to respond to these, and for commu…

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