Reinvigorating the African Solidarity Initiative for Robust Implementation of the African Union’s Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development Policy

Conflict Trends

Author/s (editor/s):

Babatunde Obamamoye

Publication year:

2020

Publication type:

Journal article

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Babatunde Obamamoye, ‘Reinvigorating the African Solidarity Initiative for Robust Implementation of the African Union’s Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development Policy’, Conflict Trends, Issue 1, 2020, pp. 11-29.

Some developments in Africa during the first decade of this century ushered in a shared viewpoint within the African Union’s (AU) institutional space that one of the ways to propel sustainable peace within the African continent is through the forceful implementation of post-conflict reconstruction and development projects. This was a period when it became evident, both regionally and globally, that Africa would not achieve its desired prosperity and development unless sustainable stability was restored in a number of post-conflict states.

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