On 3 February 1960, the United Kingdom prime minister Harold Macmillan, addressing the South African Parliament, said: “The wind of change is blowing through this continent. Whether we like it or not, this growth of national consciousness is a political fact.” Five decades later, those winds of change led to a substantially decolonised and free […]
Examining the lingering political crisis that erupted in August 2015 within the leadership of Guinea-Bissau’s governing elites.
Article positing that petro-pipeline vandalism in the region has been variously motivated, depending on the socio-structural dynamics underpinning its occurrence.
Outlining the need in Zambia to build interactions and capacities of different players for enhanced political tolerance.
Exploring a little known dimension of the politics of food aid: its impact on communities at the grassroots level.
This article argues for a process-based leadership perspective for achieving sustainable peace in the CAR.
Discussing the issues surrounding the DRC’s elections and the implications for stability in its post-election environment.
This handbook, Conducting Track II Peacemaking: A Peacemaker’s Toolkit Book 3, links the evolvement of track II diplomacy to the complexity and intractability of post-Cold War conflicts. Modern-day conflicts involve too many actors with incompatible interests, violent histories and complex international entanglements. As such, militaries and teams of mediators alone cannot make and keep the […]