Collective Insecurity is a vital addition to the study of
international law and will be of interest to students and practitioners
of international law and international relations, and those with an
interest in security studies, politics, and African studies.
Ikechi Mgbeoji is a professor in the Faculty of Law, Osgoode Hall, York University.
Introduction 1 The Myth of African Statehood 2 Collective Security and the Liberian Conflict 3 The Liberian Conflict and the International Law on Foreign Intervention in Domestic Conflicts 4 The UN Charter and the Ratification of the ECOWAS Action by the Security Council: Implications for Global Security 5 Reconfiguring Collective Security in Africa Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index