Now showing items 11-20 of 123
The problematic of women empowerment in Tanzania from 1984-2008.
No abstract available.
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 ...
Corruption in higher education in Nigeria : prevalence, structures and patterns among students of higher education institutions in Nigeria.
Discourses, conversations and commentaries, and scholarly articles on Nigerian economy, politics, and society tend always to involve corruption. Violent changes of government as well as democratic leadership selection ...
Rebellions in the DRC : hindrance or catalyst to the process of democratization.
The present study is an analytical investigation of the impact of rebellions on the process of democratization in the DRC. It is concentrated principally on the Ceasefire Agreement signed in 1999 in Lusaka (Zambia) between ...
The United Nations Charter and military interventionism : the case of Iraq, 2003.
The United Nations Charter clearly forbids the use of force by one state against the territorial integrity of another state. The only two exceptions are self-defense or actions authorized by the United Nations Security ...
The root causes of terrorism : an appraisal of the socio-economic determinants of Boko Haram terrorism in Nigeria.
Since 2009 the Nigerian state has been under the throes of the deadly terrorist activities of the Islamic sect formally known as Jama’atuAhlis Sunna Lidda’awati Wal-Jihad (Association for propagating the Prophet’s Teachings ...
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 ...
Genocide, citizenship and political identity crisis in postcolonial Africa : Rwanda as case study.
To state that the 1994 Rwandan genocide was one of the most horrific catastrophes that occurred in the 20th century is to restate the obvious. This thesis is an analytical exploration of the root causes of the 1994 Rwandan ...