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Towards Developing a Common Continental Force for Greater Efficiency in a Multinational Environment

"The goal of the conference was to develop a framework for a common continental force for better efficiency in a multinational environment by reviewing the roles and responsibilities of civilians, the police and the miltary in peacekeeping in Afr...

KAIPTC Quarterly Newsletter, Vol 4, Issue 2, April - June 2012

This newsletter contains the following articles, which are entitled as follows: First Batch of MCPS Students Graduate, MGPS Inaugurated... Library Complex Inaugurated. Expert Workshop On Security Threats In The Sahel Held. Swiss Gov’t Sponsors MGP...

KAIPTC Quarterly Newsletter, Vol 4, Issue 2, October 2010

This Newsletter reports on several events making headlines in the KAIPTC environment. Headline: KAIPTC gets new deputy commandant. Other articles are entitled: KAIPTC Governing Board Meeting Held, Rwanda Peace Academy (RPA) Officials visit KAIPTC,...

Boundaries of Peace Support Operations: The African Dimension

"Annika Hansen makes an attempt to define or delineate some universally applicable principles on when, where and how third-party intervention should take place. An attempt at circumscribing what should or should not be done under the rubric of ‘p...

Is South Africa a Norm Entrepreneur in Africa?

This policy brief aimed to look at South Africa’s commitment to democracy and human rights in Africa, and to consider the drivers behind the often contradictory foreign-policy positions taken by the government. It questions whether South Africa h...

Enhancing Multidimensional Peace Support Operations (PSOs) Capacities in Africa: Any Role for China?

This study joins the debate around two major developments, within the broad rubric of a burgeoning China Africa cooperation in peace and security, and interrogates China’s contribution in enhancing Africa’s multidimensional PSO capabilities as par...

African Perspectives on Challenges of Police Command in Peace Support Operations

In this paper it was aimed to identify African perspectives specific to the police component and its role in the African Peace and Security Architecture. Challenges for police command at strategic, operational and tactical levels are then reviewed...

Landmarks in peacekeeping training in West Africa and the role of the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre

"This paper analyses the increasing incidents in Africa of establishing ‘Centres of Excellence’ to train peacekeepers in contemporary peace support operations. It situates the analyses within the context of the cognitive processes and experiential...

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