African Security Review, Vol 18 No 1
This issue of the African Security Review discusses peacekeeping, conflict resolution, small arms proliferation and intelligence reform in selected African countries. It evaluates, among others, peacekeeping missions and conflict resolution in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Darfur, and examines the potential contribution of a UN Emergency Peace Service. It further discusses the implementation of small arms controls in Africa, intelligence reform in South Africa, and the role of the private sector in African peacekeeping missions.
© 2009 Institute for Security Studies (ISS)
Theo Neethling, Jim Terrie, Allan Vic Mansaray, Annie Herro, Wendy Lambourne, David Penklis, Henri Boshoff, Denise Garcia, Laurie Nathan, Deane-Peter Baker, Sadiki Maeresera, Chris Taylor, Luc Huyse, Mark Salter, Ioan M Lewis