Using nine case studies and an overview of recent changes at the institutional level, the purpose of this book is to examine the issues and experiences associated with the increased level of activity between the United Nations and regional organizations in their efforts to address conflict in Africa.
Jane Boulden Eric Berman Katie Sams Clement Adibe Funmi Olonisakin W. Ofuatey-Kodjoe Monica Juma Gilbert Khadiagla Tatiana Carayannis Herbert Weiss
Introduction; Jane Boulden PART I: THE UN AND AFRICAN REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 1. The United Nations Security Council and Conflict in Africa; Jane Boulden 2. The African Union; Thomas Kwasi Tieku 3. The Peace and Security Architecture of African Sub-Regional Organizations; Anthoni van Nieuwkerk 4. Sanctions and Africa: UN and Regional Responses; Andrea Charron PART II: CASE STUDIES 5. Burundi; Gilbert M. Khadiagala 6. Chad and the Central African Republic; Arthur Boutellis 7. Cote d'Ivoire; Fabienne Hara and Gilles Yabi 8. The Democratic Republic of Congo; Tatiania Carayannis 9. Liberia; Katharina Coleman 10. Sierra Leone; Shawna Meister 11. Somalia; Paul D. Williams 12. Sudan: Darfur; Alex de Waal 13. South Sudan; Ann Fitz-Gerald