Conflict Trends 2011/3

ACCORD Conflict Trends 2011/3

ACCORD is one of the main actors at the forefront of shaping and supporting both the peacekeeping and peacebuilding fields. It has assisted countries in developing peacebuilding strategies, and has supported the strengthening of peacekeeping missions throughout Africa. ACCORD remains committed to the goal of strengthening the understanding of the nexus between peacekeeping and peacebuilding. This special Issue of Conflict Trends unpacks and provides clarity on some of the key questions and issues related to the peacekeeping-peacebuilding nexus, and how it impacts peacekeeping operations and the larger contexts in which they operate.

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Editorial

Editorial
by Vasu Gounden

Features

Contextualising the Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Nexus
by Gustavo de Carvalho and Dorcas Ettang

Navigating Hybrid Political Orders: Balancing Peacebuilding in Chad
by Diana Felix da Costa and John Karlsrud

Violence in Liberia: Falling between Peacebuilding and Peacekeeping
by Jennifer M. Hazen

The UN Mission and Local Churches in South Sudan: Opportunities for Partnerships in Local Peacebuilding
by Ingrid Marie Breidlid and Andreas Ă˜ien Stensland

Peacekeeping to Peacebuilding from a Gender Perspective: The UNMIL Case
by Kristen A. Cordell

Civil-Military Coordination and Transition Management: The UNMIL Experience
by Christopher Holshek

Practitioners' Perspectives on the Peacekeeping- Peacebuilding Nexus
by Gustavo de Carvalho and Dorcas Ettang