Are Coup d’etats the new method of conflict resolution in Africa?
The recent events in Egypt caused me to take a closer look at Future Challenges article on International Day of Peace observed on September 21, 2013; “Is peace between individuals and societies possible, or is conflict simply a part of human nature? Does it differ from culture to culture, religion to […]
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Conflict in Mali – The Economic Destabilization of Foreign Aid.
Sunday, July 28 marks a long anticipated, highly contended and extremely complex event: the Western African nation – Mali will hold the first round of elections 16 months after the military Coup which overthrew democratically elected President Amadou Toumani Toure (ATT) in March 2012. The awaited elections are marked with […]