Conflict Trends 2018/4
Over the past several years, we have been engaging with a number of stakeholders and sharing with them our analysis of developments in Africa and our prognosis of what to expect over the decade from 2015 to 2025, and beyond. We believe that conflicts will characterise the landscape of both relatively stable and unstable countries, […]
Reviving peace in South Sudan through the Revitalised Peace Agreement
Examining the Revitalized Agreement on the Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan in context of the Sudanese conflict environment.
The potential and limits of peace agreements
Comparing and contrasting effectiveness of the 2015 Bamako Agreement in Mali and the 2016 peace agreement in Colombia.
National Election Response Groups as infrastructures for peace
Discussing the development of National Elections Response Groups as peacebuilding tools during recent elections in West African countries.
Protecting the environment and women in Darfur through fuel-efficient stoves
Fuel-efficient stoves are proving to be important in saving forests and improving women’s safety in post-conflict situations.
Traditional methods of conflict resolution
Highlighting the traditional pre-colonial institutions and methods of conflict resolution in the Kom community of Cameroon.
Conflict dynamics in the Bidibidi refugee settlement in Uganda
Recommendations to improve the relations and stability between displaced communities in Bidibidi and to prevent further conflict.
Fate of the Nation: Three Scenarios for South Africa’s Future
Fate of the Nation: Three Scenarios for South Africa’s Future presents what author Jakkie Cilliers considers to be the three main future scenarios for South Africa. Cilliers ventures into the future by analysing the present and the past. He challenges previous authors who theorised the potential collapse of South Africa by providing a more evidence-based […]