A comparative analysis of the reconciliation mechanisms adopted by Sri Lanka and Rwanda, and how effectively they created social reconciliation.
Discussing the emergence and role of networks for women mediators in light of ongoing efforts to implement UNSCR 1325.
An evaluation of post-conflict disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration programmes for former child soldiers.
In our previous 39 issues, we have had an average of 5,2 articles per issue. In this 40th issue, we happen to have six. There …
How failing to address historical, structural, institutional, legal, and cultural factor causes the country to continually drift into electoral conflict.
Examining the prevalence of ethnic conflict in Ethiopia and evaluating potential causes of violence in the country.
Historicising the 1992 Zangon Kataf conflicts while examining the state’s role in managing difference among co-habiting ethnic groups.
Outlining the constraints and possibilities inherent in school-level peacebuilding initiatives to combat the ongoing effects of apartheid.
Arguing that the psychological desire for personal happiness ultimately underlies ethnic, religious and territorial causes of conflict.
A critical examination of ‘kaketsuke-keigo’ – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s proactive contribution to peace in South Sudan.
Critically examining whether there is a correlation between democratic governance and national development.
Identifying the capacity challenges that hinder the implementation of the African Charter on Maritime Security, Safety and Development.
An overview of ECOWAS’s efforts to support national political dialogue processes through numerous declarations, statements and interventions.
How current military and law enforcement approaches to reducing terrorism actually threaten sustainable peace and security.
Outlining efforts made by organisations to involve the youth of CAR in playing prominent roles as peacebuilding stakeholders.
Examining the state of legal pluralism in Somalia where customary law, religious law and secular law operate concomitantly.