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Rethinking Global Security: An African Perspective?

Published: 7 April 2007

Today, environmental degradation, social conflict and social strife, poverty, HIV/AIDS, etc. – all of them resulting from or linked to bad governance – have become more of a security concern than the traditional military antagonisms that pitted nations against each other. The main threats to international peace and security are rooted in situations within states rather than between states, and this is especially prevalent in the African context.

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African Regional Security in the Age of Globalisation

Published: 29 July 2004

The book explored emerging challenges, coordination issues, the institutions and mechanisms, the role of NEPAD, as well as the emerging architecture of regional security in the IGAD region, and how it could be shaped and conceptualized to meet the aspirations of African states and peoples.

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