The contest over peace and security in Africa

The dominant interventionist approach to peace and security in Africa by-passes the hard work of creating domestic political consensus and instead imposes models of government favoured by western powers. The emergent African methodology offers a chance to develop locally-rooted solutions too often sidelined.

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Remarks at the Inaugural of the AU Human Rights Memorial

This contribution captures the remarks of Andreas Eshete, Chairman, Interim Board of the AU Human Rights Memorial, upon the inauguration of the AU Human Rights Memorial. At a ceremony unveiling the foundation stone, Eshete stated that the Memorial “is a site for the permanent preservation of the memory of the multitude of innocent African victims of these and other grave abuses of human rights.”

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