|Title:||Peace and conflict in Africa|
|Authors:||j. francis, David|
|Description:||rica: context of peace and conflict For most of the post-colonial history of Africa peace has remained elusive. Peace and development have proved far more difficult and complex to achieve than the Afro-optimists envisaged in the immediate post-independence period, owing to a range of domestic and external factors. Two contrasting iconic images have dominated the public, if not the global, perception of Africa|
|ISBN:||978 1 84277 953 8|
|Appears in Collections:||Human Right|
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