2 edition of Security, conflict, and reintegration in Mozambique found in the catalog.
Security, conflict, and reintegration in Mozambique
Gregory Wilson Myers
by Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison in Madison, Wis
|Statement||by Gregory W. Myers, Julieta Eliseu, and Erasmo Nhachungue.|
|Series||LTC research paper,, 119, Research paper (University of Wisconsin--Madison. Land Tenure Center) ;, no. 119.|
|Contributions||Eliseu, Julieta., Nhachungue, Erasmo.|
|LC Classifications||HD107 .W52 no. 119|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 152 p. :|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||95230369|
The Mozambique Country Report, risk level 4, contains security information and travel advisories, including health risks. IHS Markit, a leader in providing intelligence-led risk forecasts, complements our reports with detailed analyses about terrorism, war risks and social stability. 1 Vines, A. (), ‘Afonso Dhlakama and RENAMO’s return to armed conflict since the politics of reintegration in Mozambique’, in Themnér, A. (ed) (), Warlord Democrats in Africa: Ex-military Leaders and Electoral Politics, London: Zed Books. 2 Newitt, M. (), A Short History of Mozambique, Hurst & Co, p.
In Mozambique, often cited as an early DDR success, the government and the rebel Mozambique National Resistance (Renamo) signed a peace accord in . With a handshake and a hug, Mozambique's leaders hoped on Tuesday to close the book on a decades-long conflict. However, violence has flared periodically in .
Can reintegration back into poverty be called successful? This book will appeal to scholars of political violence, security studies, peacekeeping and peace building, transitional justice, social policy after war, and peace and conflict studies.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Introduction: Reintegration into. Nkomati Accord. This was then fiercely debated in the South African security establishment. See N. Barnard, Secret Revolution, Memoirs of a Spy Boss, Tafelberg, 7. A. Vines, “Renamo’s Rise and Decline: The Politics of Reintegration in Mozambique”, .
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The cessation of armed conflict, under the Rome General Peace Accords, relied on a disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR) process combatants from both RENAMO and the Mozambican Armed Forces, overseen by the United Nations Operation in Mozambique (ONUMOZ).
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This book provides a critical analysis of the reintegration challenges facing ex-combatants. Based on extensive field research, it includes detailed case studies of ex-combatant reintegration in Namibia, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, and Liberia.
Keywords. Reintegration war peacekeeping security Africa conflict Field Research Integration research. August 6, marks one year since the Peace and National Reconciliation Agreement was signed in Maputo. The agreement, signed by the President of Mozambique Filipe Nyusi and RENAMO leader Ossufo Momade, and witnessed by regional and international political and religious leaders, ended the return to conflict that started in It also paved the way for Mozambique’s national.
The escalation of conflict in Mozambique in early resulted in the displacement of citizens in the affected areas, whilst thousands of people crossed the borders into Malawi and eastern Zimbabwe as refugees. This article assesses the latest conflict developments in Mozambique and identifies the critical underlying issues driving the.
For a thorough discussion of post-conflict peacekeeping in Africa, see W. Andy Knight, “Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding in Africa: An Overview,” African Security 1, no.
1 (): 24– 2. Recent indications of rebel activity in the north of Mozambique, and a tentative peace agreement with long-term political rival Renamo, leave much at stake for the country. Addressing political. A second area of concern is the lack of security in many areas of resettlement.
Reintegration, after all, does not necessarily mean the end of conflict or of serious security. This book provides a critical analysis of the reintegration challenges facing ex-combatants.
Based on extensive field research, it includes detailed case studies of ex-combatant reintegration in Namibia, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, and Liberia. Jaremey R. McMullin is a Lecturer in the School of.
Conflict and security in Africa, edited by Rita Abrahamsen. Woodbridge: James Currey, xii + pp. £ (paperback). looks at the reintegration of child soldiers in Mozambique, and discusses the economic prerequisites to achieving real reintegration.
In many ways, this book intends to present not the latest research, but. He explained that these points can brought back to three basic issues: Integration of the rebel forces, the formation of a peacekeeping force in the conflict-torn western region, and reintegration.
Disarmament, demobilization and reintegration (DDR) is a critical element of post conflict peace building (PCPB). The peace agreement leading-up from ceasefire agreement after the end of conflict. This book is a critical comparative reflection of the post-colonial conflict Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) of ex-combatants in Zimbabwe, Namibia and South Africa.
Based on critical research, this article analyzes the complex postconflict disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR) of former combatants in Angola, under the auspices of first the United Nations (UN) and then national authorities, in Mozambique and Namibia under UN peace operation contexts, in South Africa, where the process was.
"This is a well-researched book that makes an important contribution to the debate about disarmament, demobilization and reintegration. Built on a combination of theoretical insights and detailed empirical work in a number of countries the author argues convincingly for an approach beyond the narrow focus of security : Hardcover.
August 6, marks one year since the Peace and National Reconciliation Agreement was signed in Maputo. The agreement, signed by the President of Mozambique Filipe Nyusi and RENAMO leader Ossufo Momade, and witnessed by regional and international political and religious leaders, ended the return to conflict that started in Reintegration in Mozambique: an unresolved affair Reintegration in Mozambique: an unresolved affair.
Published Jan Authors N. Alusala, D. Dye. Publisher. Institute for Security Studies (ISS) Focus themes. Peacebuilding; Conflict and security; conflict resolution and reconciliation; Focus regions. Africa South of Sahara. The Handbook of International Security and Development provides a survey of current thinking within the field of security and development.
With a wide range of chapters that offer a guide to the core approaches, methods and issues, this book explores the links between the two and includes contributions from both practitioners and academics.
The agreement put an end to a resurgence of the armed conflict between the FRELIMO led government and the largest opposition party and former guerrilla movement RENAMO, based in central Mozambique. According to the United Nations Integrated Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration Standards (IDDRS), the “objective of the DDR process is to contribute to security and stability in post-conflict environments so that recovery and development can begin ().
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