Social Contracts and Security in Sub-Saharan African Conflict States
The Democratic Republic of Congo, Sierra Leone and Somalia
This paper presents fieldwork from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sierra Leone and Somalia to show that assumptions derived from the classical social contract theorists frequently lead the international community astray as it attempts to rebuild these African states.
© 2011 Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS)
David K Leonard, Ferdinand Mugumo Mushi, James Vincent