The most extensive review of the African Union's peace missions ever conducted. Read the full report here.
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Africa's comparative advantage lies in the politics of peacemaking.
The AU should maximize political authority over the coordination of political, peace and security efforts in Africa.
The AU emerged from Pan-Africanism, a people’s movement for continental emancipation and people's advancement.
Addressing the shared interests and concerns of the UN and AU, acknowledging the AU's unique continental role.
African ownership of the continent’s political agenda is an essential component of ‘the primacy of the political.’
The current crisis in The Gambia has a simple story. On 1 December 2016 presidential elections were held in the country with the incumbent Yahya Jammeh and the opposition leader Mr Adama Barrow as frontrunners. The following day, the Independent Electoral Commission of the Gambia announced a surprising result, Jammeh lost the election by 39.6 [...]