"The statement, 'African solutions for African Challenges' continues to define conflict management in Africa. There is no doubt that Africa will continue to take responsibility for her challenges in 2004. However, together with this responsibility will come the need to find innovative and creative ways to move beyond peace agreements to peace consolidation."
Authors: Gounden, Vasu
Burundi in 2003 : highlights of a 'thorny' road to peace?
Authors: Ngubane, Senzo
The Machakos Protocol and prospects for peace in Sudan
Authors: Nantulya, Paul
The emerging role of sub-regional organisations
Authors: Bakwesegha, Chris
Conflict diamonds and the African 'resource curse'
Authors: Lwanda, George
The role of MONUC in the DRC's peace process
Authors: Swing, Willian Lacy
Authors: De Coning, Cedric
The Sudan joint monitoring mission
Authors: Vogt, Andreas
Rwanda : the importance of local ownership of the post-conflict reconstruction process
Authors: Edomwonyi, Oghogho
Civil-military relations : the military and African politics
Authors: Ngwane, Mwalimu