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Increasingly marginalized since the end of the Cold War, the continent of Africa is struggling to identify both the root causes and possible solutions to the maladies that continue to plague it. In the early 1990's, a group of African leaders and academics gathered to create a new pan-African organization to provide a forum for discussion of democratization, security issues, and sustainable development. Scholars Francis Deng and I. William Zartman provides a ' mid-course' appraisal of the progress of this new organization, the Conference on Security, Stability, Development, and Cooperation in Africa (CSSDCA).…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Increasingly marginalized since the end of the Cold War, the continent of Africa is struggling to identify both the root causes and possible solutions to the maladies that continue to plague it. In the early 1990's, a group of African leaders and academics gathered to create a new pan-African organization to provide a forum for discussion of democratization, security issues, and sustainable development. Scholars Francis Deng and I. William Zartman provides a ' mid-course' appraisal of the progress of this new organization, the Conference on Security, Stability, Development, and Cooperation in Africa (CSSDCA).
Autorenporträt
Francis M. Deng is a nonresident senior fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies program at the Brookings Institution and co-director of the Brookings-SAIS Project on Internal Displacement. He has served as the Sudan's minister of state and foreign affairs; as its ambassador to Canada, the United States, and Scandinavia; and as special representative of the United Nations secretary-general for internally displaced persons. I. William Zartman is director of the African Studies and Conflict Management programs at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of the Johns Hopkins University. Olusegan Obasanjo was formerly president of Nigeria and a general in the Nigerian military. He established the Africa Leadership Forum.