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The recurring Great Lakes crisis

The recurring Great Lakes crisis

identity, violence, and power

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Published by Hurst in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political violence -- Great Lakes Region (Africa),
  • Ethnicity -- Political aspects -- Great Lakes Region (Africa),
  • Identity (Philosophical concept) -- Political aspects -- Great Lakes Region (Africa)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementJean-Pierre Chrétien, Richard Banégas, editors.
    ContributionsChrétien, Jean-Pierre., Banegas, Richard, 1968-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT363.3 .R43 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 256 p. ;
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23163524M
    ISBN 109781850658238, 9781850658221
    LC Control Number2008431793

    She replied: There were also innocent refugees in the camps; more than half were women and children. Rather, the purpose here is to provide an overview of the root causes of conflicts in Great Lakes Region countries, their maintenance factors, their interconnectivity and their consequences on people. While international organizations and governments are active in peace initiatives in the Great Lakes region, issues of land ownership, ethnicity, and reconciliation after genocide, extreme poverty, and underrepresentation need synthesis between bottom-up approaches and top-down approaches to peacebuilding. Daley, P. Clark, lay in the evolving compromise and statesmanship of its three main leaders 1. Thirdly, the availability of mineral resources in the DRC causes enormous economic interests for neighboring countries who benefit from the illegal trade of minerals during civil wars.

    New York: Oxford University Press. According to Le Billon,15 two different types of conflicts in the region are due to natural resources. In some areas of Texas, the water is gone completely. The relief operation began to be accused of "feeding the killers", causing a crisis of conscience among the agencies, who began to leave what some have called "the messiest humanitarian quagmire ever". While mining operations for metal ores and their refining have all but ceased here, there are renewed concerns over the safety of our Great Lakes source waters. For almost five decades, the more regimes in the Great Lakes Region tried to open up the political arena and implement core democratic and good governance principles — such as freedom of speech, the right to demonstrations, a multiparty system, transparent and fair elections, and accountability — the more violence and conflict were likely to happen.

    By Maya furtherpeople from the provinces of ButareKibungo and Kigali-Rural had fled south into Burundi. The leadership could punish their enemies by withholding aid, reward their supporters by giving it and even make money either by reporting more refugees than actually existed and selling the surplus or by forcing the refugees to pay a food tax. Strengthening the legal and political process to better address issues of refugees and democratic electoral participation are essential in strengthening long-term peace. For example, wildfires burned an astounding 3. Mouvements et Enjeux Sociaux, 7, pp. While mining operations for metal ores and their refining have all but ceased here, there are renewed concerns over the safety of our Great Lakes source waters.


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