Africa's Peacemaker?: Lessons from South African Conflict Mediation
Jacana Media, 2009 - Africa - 260 pages
This volume draws lessons for African conflict mediation from the experiences of its foremost practitioner, South Africa, in some of the continent's most complex theatres including Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Sudan.
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