Focus on Somalia
"On Monday, 28 May 2001, heavy mortar and gunfire broke the stillness of the night in Bangui, capital of the Central African Republic (CAR). The commotion began when a rebellious army unit attacked the home of President Ange-Felix Patasse. Within two days, it became clear that forces loyal to the elected government had suppressed the coup attempt. The attempted coup in the CAR holds important lessons, for both policy-makers and academics, which go far beyond a simplistic analysis that points to poor civil-military relations on the African continent."
Authors: Solomon, H.
Trends in the public sector
Trends in preventive action
Trends in constitutional and political development
Reconstruction of a collapsed state
Authors: Adar, K.G.
Interview with prime minister Ali Khalif Galayhd
Authors: Nantulya, P.
Authors: Napier, C.; Masemola, H.
From unity to union
Authors: Bakwesegha, M.
Drawing the line
Authors: Meissner, R.