Political Culture in Somalia: Tracing Paths to Peace and Conflict
Uppsala University / Department of Peace and Conflict Research, 2000 - Political Science - 178 pages
The purpose of this doctoral dissertation is to apply the political culture concept to and then examine its historical implications for the variant conditions of peace and conflict in contemporary Somalia. Within peace and conflict research, political culture is a concept which has not been examined as a possible contributing factor to peace or conflict, and part of this is due to a restricted understanding of it.
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Contemporary Somalia the African Cerberus
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