Frontline Diplomacy: Humanitarian Aid and Conflict in Africa

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L. Rienner, 1996 - Political Science - 165 pages
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This text considers the effectiveness of humanitarian assistance and the extent to which it sustains or prolongs conflict. It addresses three themes: how emergency aid can exacerbate conflict; how to minimize negative consequences of aid; and how humanitarian aid might contribute to peace building.

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