The African continent is in a race against time. Although many African countries have achieved positive gains in realising their development agendas and economic growth rates, uneven progress in eliminating poverty, unemployment and socio-economic inequality are significant threats to achieving the African Union (AU) Agenda 2063’s long-term vision of an “integrated, prosperous and peaceful African […]
Comparing and contrasting two broad conceptualisations of justice in the post-WWII period: survivor justice and victor’s justice.
An analysis of the profound effects the 2013 Ebola outbreak had on the stability of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.
Understanding the challenges faced by UNMISS peacekeepers in protecting the civilians of the newly-formed South Sudan.
Edknowledge Mandikwaza analyses the concept of amnesty as a pivotal pillar of transitional justice.
A historical account of the disintegration of the Somalian state since the fall of Mohamed Siad Barre’s military regime.
Offering analytical insight into the troubling phenomenon of underage combatants being deployed in volatile conflict environments.
The genocide that took place in Rwanda in 1994 has been analysed from many perspectives, the most common being through the lens of security and (lack of) international involvement. International apathy, ethnic divisions created and crystallised through Belgian colonial rule, and a long history of ethnic hierarchical tensions leading to economic disparities are often offered […]