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The politics of student movements : a case study of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Howard College Campus.
Student protests have been escalating in South Africa for decades owing to the disgruntlement of students at the country‘s universities. The literature indicates that socioeconomic backgrounds influence students to strike ...
Amnesty as a mechanism for conflict resolution : a study of the Niger Delta conflict in Nigeria.
This study, through extensive field work interrogates the amnesty programme in the Niger Delta, and demonstrates how amnesty has impacted on peace. The Niger Delta region has suffered neglect from successive governments. ...
South Africa's post-apartheid foreign policy towards Southern Africa, 1994-2014 : partner or hegemon?
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An assessment of the African Union mission in Somalia's role in conflict transformation in Somalia.
Somalia has experienced protracted conflict since 1991. A number of peace enforcement operations were undertaken to bring stability to the country but they encountered difficult conditions resulting to the withdrawal of ...
The theory and application of consociational democracy in South Africa : a case study of KwaZulu-Natal.
Liberal democracy has failed to address issues of development, especially in plural societies such as South Africa, where different segments of society and government representation coexist. Its focus on individualism ...
The nexus between the United Nations Security Council reform and peacebuilding in Africa.
The nexus between the United Nations Security Council reform and peacebuilding in Africa is underpinned by the recognition that the Security Council is the supreme organ of the UN; and its reform saga is a conundrum to ...
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 ...