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The challenges of conflict resolution in Africa

Rose Ngomba-Roth

The challenges of conflict resolution in Africa

the case of Cameroon-Nigerian border conflict

by Rose Ngomba-Roth

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Published by LIT in Münster .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bakasi Peninsula (Cameroon) -- Politics and government,
  • Cameroon -- Boundaries -- Nigeria,
  • Nigeria -- Boundaries -- Cameroon

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 138-143).

    StatementRose Ngomba-Roth.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT581.B25 N46 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination143 p. :
    Number of Pages143
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23194804M
    ISBN 103825816427
    ISBN 109783825816421
    LC Control Number2009390119

    In our view, such tactics are used too often, are commonly destructive and self-defeating, and are less productive in the long run than a constructive approach. Recommendations What Can Be Done However diverse the conflicts in Africa are, it is becoming increasingly clear that these conflicts cannot be contained within the present state frameworks, especially with the very terrible cases of state failure such as in Somalia, Sudan a Congo DRC. The European concept of a nation was exported to Africa. In any compromise between food and poison, it is only death that can win.

    In Nigeria, Cameroon, Sudan and elsewhere, ethno-regional inequalities have intensified competition and conflict among various interests. Listening always should be about gaining understanding. Kamungi, M. Ali Mazrui quotes Nigeria as an example of the tendency.

    Here Are 5 Signs to Watch. As time goes on, tension will build -- and the conflict only will get worse. Similarly, political settlements and power sharing has proven inadequate to address historical injustices such as ethnic marginalization and land ownership for the returned refugees. At independence, the African governments shied away from making adjustments, and in any case, this was difficult as they did not all reach independence at the same time. In the African state, there is a pull towards privatisation of the state and towards militarisation.


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The challenges of conflict resolution in Africa book

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. African Journal of Legal Studies 7: 43— Third World Quarterly, 27 2 Literature on the history of conflict in the Great Lakes region is extensive.

Conflict Resolution Quotes

The original mandate of Mbeki as chair of the AUPD was to undertake an in-depth study of the situation in Darfur and submit recommendations on how best to effectively address the conflict in Sudan.

Now, new drivers of conflict threaten to unravel even the limited progress made. The existing state structures do not satisfy variously the aspirations for cultural identity, autonomy, economic democracy and self-determination of different nationalities co-existing with the contemporary states.

Similarly, political settlements and power sharing has proven inadequate to address historical injustices such as ethnic marginalization and land ownership for the returned refugees. Playmouth: Scarecrow Press. Yet, such actors are instrumental in the peacebuilding process. These characteristics, if they occur during a conflict, make that conflict take a destructive course.

President Levine calls the handbook, "A path-breaking compendium which is the definitive guide for mediation practitioners, educators and students of conflict resolution.

So they were getting into a process that itself was malignant, and I thought that was true for the Cold War," Deutsch said. Kabia points out that African interveners lack the financial and military resources, as well as the credibility, to mount fully effective humanitarian missions without external assistance from the international community.

This has been through three major approaches: first, regional conferences to enhance regional cooperation and peace with support of the UN-Special Representatives; secondly, diplomatic missions by the UN, European Union EU ,established international development organizations, and donor agencies; and third, UN peace keeping missions.

The Rwandan Crisis: History of a Genocide. Use of foreign troops in such cases tends to exacerbate the cruelties and abuse of human rights inflicted on the civilian population, for these troops feel little affinity with populations they are sent to control.

Your conversation primarily will focus on the disagreements, but resolution is possible only when you find points of agreement. Google Scholar Scott, Straus. Section two is a balanced evaluation of diverse issues such as the advantages and shortcomings of some peace agreements Uganda, South Sudanas well as the conflict potential of both local government arrangements and elections in divided, underdeveloped and unequal African societies.

Google Scholar Makinwa, Bunmi. Read the original article on BuaNews. Civil society participation in all spheres of AU and REC activities — including in the conflict management realm — remains critical for Africa to embrace the prevailing paradigm of broadening the field of peace and security beyond the dominant and narrow state-centric approach.

Lagos: Spectrum Books. Furthermore, the development within African Regional Economic Communities RECs of entire conflict resolution mechanisms and structures denotes the recognition by African regions of not only the regional dimension of African conflicts, but also of the necessity for regional responses if conflicts are to be comprehensively mitigated.

Spoilers benefit economically and politically from continuous cycle of conflict and would do whatever it takes to keep the conflict heated. Ethnic groups who feel that they are not being fairly treated by the majority. The Presidency explained that Mbeki still had a role to play.The Challenges of Conflict Resolution in Africa: The Case of Cameroon-Nigerian Border Conflict () (Politikwissenschaft) [Rose Ngomba-Roth] on hildebrandsguld.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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