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The Palgrave Handbook of Peacebuilding in Africa . 1st ed. 2018

Karbo, Tony (EDT)   Virk, Kudrat (EDT)

Palgrave Macmillan 2018/01
XXIX, 498 p. 4 illus. in color.
出版国: CH
ISBN: 9783319622019
eISBN: 9783319622026
KNPID: EY00226922
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This handbook offers a critical assessment of the African agenda for conflict prevention, peacemaking, peacekeeping, and peacebuilding; the challenges and opportunities facing Africa’s regional organisations in their efforts towards building sustainable peace on the continent; and the role of external actors, including the United Nations, Britain, France, and South Asian troop-contributing countries. In so doing, it revisits the late Ali Mazrui’s concept of Pax Africana, calling on Africans to take responsibility for peace and security on their own continent. The creation of the African Union, in 2002, was an important step towards realising this ambition, and has led to the development of a new continental architecture for more robust conflict management. But, as the volume’s authors show, the quest for Pax Africana faces challenges. Combining thematic analyses and case studies, this book will be of interest to both scholars and policymakers working on peace, security, and governance issues in Africa. 

Table of Contents

Part I: The Theory and Practice of Pax Africana

1. Introduction: Towards a New Pax Africana
Tony Karbo, Executive Director, Centre for Conflict Resolution, Cape Town

2. Towards a Concept of "Pax Africana"
Ali A. Mazrui,† former Director, Institute of Global Cultural Studies, Binghamton University, New York, United States (US)

3. Squaring the Circle: The Role of the African Peace and Security Architecture
Dan Kuwali, Extraordinary Professor of International Law, Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, South Africa

4. Pillars of Africa’s Peace and Security Architecture: The African Standby Force
Dawn Nagar, Senior Researcher, Centre for Conflict Resolution, Cape Town

Part II: Conflict Prevention and Peacemaking

5. The International Criminal Court and Conflict Prevention in Africa
Sarah M.H. Nouwen, University Lecturer in Law; and Fellow of Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, England

6. Preventing Mass Atrocities in Africa: The Case of the Two Sudans
Francis M. Deng, former Permanent Representative of South Sudan to the UN

7. The 2008 Kenyan Mediation Process: Lessons and Dilemmas for Conflict Prevention in Africa
Njoki Wamai, Gates Cambridge Scholar, Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge

8. Peacemaking in Somalia: AU and UN Peace Operations
John L. Hirsch, Senior Adviser, International Peace Institute, New York; and former US Ambassador to Sierra Leone

Part III: The Practice of Peacekeeping

9. A Life in Peacekeeping
James O.C. Jonah, former UN Undersecretary-General for Political Affairs; and former Finance Minister of Sierra Leone

10. The UN Security Council and Africa: Playing New Games and Applying New Rules and Moves
Bruno Stagno Ugarte, Deputy Executive Director for Advocacy, Human Rights Watch, New York; and former Permanent Representative of Costa Rica to the UN

11. The Politics of Peacekeeping
Ibrahim A. Gambari, Founder and Chairman of the Savannah Centre, Abuja, Nigeria

12. Pax Nigeriana versus Pax Gallica: ECOWAS and UN Peacekeeping in Mali
Adekeye Adebajo, Director, Institute for Pan-African Thought and Conversation, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

Part IV: Themes in Peacekeeping

13. Accountability of Peacekeepers in Peacekeeping Missions
Kwame Akonor, Associate Professor of Political Science, Seton Hall University, New Jersey, US

14. Managing HIV/AIDS in Peace Support Operations in Africa
Paul Mulindwa, Senior Project Officer, Centre for Conflict Resolution, Cape Town; and Oscar Siwali, former Senior Project Officer, Centre for Conflict Resolution, Cape Town

15. Staging the Peacekeeping Narrative: Hollywood’s Portrayal of Peacekeeping Efforts in Africa
Ines Mzali, Assistant Professor, Woosong Language Institute, Woosong University, Daejeon, South Korea

Part V: Peacebuilding

16. The Political Economy of Peacebuilding in Africa
Kenneth Omeje, Professor of International Relations, United States International University, Nairobi, Kenya; and Visiting Senior Research Fellow, John and Elnora Ferguson Centre for African Studies, University of Bradford, England

17. The Impact of Inequality on Peacebuilding and State-Building in Africa
Oliver P. Richmond, Professor of International Relations, Peace, and Conflict Studies, University of Manchester, England

18. Women, Gender, and Peacebuilding
Antonia Porter, consultant, UK

19. The UN Peacebuilding Commission: Facts, Fictions, and Frustrations
Ejeviome Eloho Otobo, former Director and Deputy Head, UN Peacebuilding Support Office, New York

20. The Practice of Peacemaking and Peacebuilding in Somalia
Augustine Mahiga, Foreign Minister of Tanzania; and former Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Somalia

Part VI: The Role of External Actors

21. The UN and Africa’s Regional Organisations: An Insider’s Perspective
Margaret Vogt,† former Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for the Central African Republic (CAR); and former Head of the UN Integrated Peacebuilding Support Office in CAR

22. French Military Interventions in Africa
Douglas A. Yates, Professor of Political Science, American University of Paris, France

23. Britain’s Role in Promoting Security Sector Reform in Sierra Leone
Ismail Rashid, Professor of History, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York

24. South Asian Peacekeepers in Africa
Kudrat Virk, Senior Researcher, Centre for Conflict Resolution, Cape Town

25. Conclusion
Tony Karbo, Executive Director, Centre for Conflict Resolution, Cape Town; and Kudrat Virk, Senior Researcher, Centre for Conflict Resolution, Cape Town