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Peacebuilding Review Urges Long-Haul Approach for UN PDF Print E-mail
Written by Gert Rosenthal   
Sunday, 26 July 2015 23:14


In the United Nations’ quest for peace, the decision to create the Peacebuilding Commission, the Peacebuilding Support Office (PBSO), and the Peacebuilding Fund in 2005 was hailed as a significant achievement. However, five years later, the first review of this peacebuilding architecture was characterized as one of unrealized hopes. Recommendations were made to fill in the gaps, but by 2015, hopes had further diminished, according to recent surveys.


Last Updated ( Monday, 27 July 2015 11:19 )
Sahel Sahara: beyond the Malian crisis. PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ahmedou Ould - Abdallah, President, www.Centre4s.org   
Monday, 13 July 2015 14:21


After months of open and overt diplomatic and other pressures by the international mediation on the belligerents, the remaining Malian parties have finally met and formally signed a new Peace Agreement on 20 June 2015 in Bamako. Presently, however the real cause of fear in Mali, and in the region as a whole, should be the continued expansion and deepening as well as the further transformation of the Sahel Sahara crisis.



Last Updated ( Thursday, 16 July 2015 16:48 )
The root causes of extremist movements in North Africa PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ahmedou Ould - Abdallah, President, www.Centre4s.org   
Thursday, 28 May 2015 11:08


Since time immemorial, North Africa has been a land of rebellion and resistance against foreign invaders and illegitimate rulers. Today’s armed extremism is more complex, with its indiscriminate targeting and ever-expanding effects. Widespread international connections, effective use of communication technologies and a vast reservoir for recruitment, have made the Maghreb radical movements a lethal and durable threat not only to North Africa itself, but increasingly to the weak states of the Sahel and the wider Mediterranean region.



Last Updated ( Thursday, 16 July 2015 16:48 )
Burkina Faso: a new electoral law and political struggles PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marie Bernard, Journaliste & Consultant   
Tuesday, 19 May 2015 23:35

On April 7, 2015, Burkina Faso provisional National Transition Council (NTC) passed a new law amending the Electoral Code. This is just a forty-five words text that could prevent former leaders of the Blaise Compaore regime from being candidates to the forthcoming presidential and parliamentary elections to be held next October.  The barons of the 27-year long reign are now leaving no stone unturned in order to avoid such a political sanction which to them means a premature retirement and even political exclusion.



Last Updated ( Tuesday, 19 May 2015 23:42 )
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