Given the generally destructive, anti-developmental character of widespread conflict, this sanguineous side of Africa's reality demands close examination. In the range of critical political and economic concerns that the continent confronts, the achievement of long-term conflict resolution and substantive post-war recovery are prominent. This paper looks at the causes of war and at recovery efforts, and argues for a fundamentally regional approach to resolution and development.
"War and Recovery in Africa: Getting Beyond the Bitter Lessons,"
Endarch: Journal of Black Political Research: Vol. 2000
, Article 3.
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