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Research outputs: PEACEKEEPING

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2016 Norm revisionists, not norm breakers: the emerging multipolar landscape of peace operations

In the past two decades, the ability of African countries to contribute assets to peace operations has increased to a remarkable degree. Und...

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2015 Partnerships in peace operations: emerging and promising future orientations of peace support operations in Africa

In recent years, the African Union (AU) and affected communities have collaborated to eliminate the challenges faced due to armed conflicts....

2015 Coming to self-awareness: in search of an education for non-violence

This paper draws on intentionality systems theory to begin a discussion about the relationship between the act of violence and thinking. The...

2015 Fifth African Unity for Renaissance Conference and Africa Day Expo 2015 and Beyond: engaging Agenda 2063: conference report: 22-25 May

The 2015 conference was held at the backdrop of seeking new strategies for development on the African continent and the global south as a wh...