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The problematic of women empowerment in Tanzania from 1984-2008.
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The role of trauma support work in peace-building.
Current studies in peace-building suggest that effective peace-building approaches comprise of intervention strategies that value the interconnectedness of trauma and peace-building processes. However current research ...
Analyzing the role of Southern African Development Community (SADC) in the political and economic crisis in Zimbabwe (2007-2013).
Twenty years ago, Zimbabwe was hailed as the “bread basket” of the Southern African region, unfortunately Zimbabwe has now become a basket case for its neighboring countries and beyond Africa. Zimbabwe’s political and ...
Evaluating the African Union's Military Interventionist role towards conflict management in Africa.
The prevalence of intra-state conflicts and state failures in Africa since the end of the Cold War has made Africa the epicentre of threats to human, national and international security. The inability of African states to ...
National unity or impunity : examining the impact off the Inclusive Government (IG) on the politics in Zimbabwe post 2005.
Since the colonial period, Zimbabwe has been a territory characterised by contestation. In the 2000s, Zimbabwe entered a period of severe socio-economic conditions; this period was also marred with several cases of human ...
The AU and ICC's disagreement over the 2007/8 Kenya's post-election violence : a challenge to post conflict reconstruction in Africa.
Ever since the unprecedented post-election violence that rocked Kenya in 2007/8, a lot of ink has been poured in explaining its causes and how to avert future recurrence of similar violence in Kenya. To-date, many commentators ...
Polarity in contemporary international politics : a uni-interpolar order?.
Reference to the structural impact of the emergence and resurgence of new and old great powers in international politics is common in the literature on international politics. This study has attempted to explore this subject ...
Natural resources, profit and peace : multinational corporations and conflict transformation in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
This study is anchored on the premise that contemporary international relations has been characterised by the expansion and growing importance of multinational corporations (MNCs) whose power ...
Military intervention and international law : a critical analysis of the role of the international community in political uprisings in Libya and Syria.
The role of the international community in internal crises of sovereign states has been a subject of great debate in international relations studies. The legality and morality (from a United Nations Charter and customary ...
Citizens or subjects? : a study of the political culture of students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Howard College.
The youth are a group of particular importance in politics because they represent the future leaders and voters. To investigate the political culture of students at Howard College a representative sample of students was ...