Conflict Trends 2002/1

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African Renewal

"To the jubilating crowds in Luanda, Savimbi's death signaled the end of one of the world's longest-running civil wars... It is hoped that with the end of the war, resources that were directed towards the purchase of arms could be spent on the socio-economic upliftment of Angola's long-suffering people. However, given the scale of the crisis, this may not be enough. Consequently, it is imperative that the international community assist Angola in fighting the real war on poverty, malnutrition, disease, illiteracy and want. In so doing, we all assert our collective humanity."

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Contents

Editorial
Hussein Solomon

Features

Peacekeeping Trends
Nicky Hay

Constitutianalism Trends
Paul Nantulya

Preventive Action Trends
Senzo Ngubane

Alternative ways of achieving security
Geoff Harris

The African Renaissance and Conflict Resolution
Sally Matthews

Peace before development?
Hussein Solomon

The African Union: Forging Links for Greater Unity and Security
Nthabiseng Nkosi

African Security Council as an organ of the African Union
Mwalimu George Ngwane

A Generation at Risk
Randy B. Cheek

Constitutionalism in Kenya
Professor Korwa G. Adar

Book Review

Africa in the New Millennium: Challenges and Prospects - by Eddy Maloka and Elizabeth le Roux. 2001. Africa Institute: Pretoria.
By Senzo Ngubane