Illegal Peace in Africa: An Inquiry into the Legality of Power Sharing with Warlords, Rebels, and Junta

African states have become testing grounds for Western conflict resolution experiments, particularly power sharing agreements, supposedly intended to end deadly conflict, secure peace and build democracy in divided societies This volume examines the legal and political efficacy of transitional political power sharing between democratically constituted governments and theAfrican states have become testing grounds for Western conflict resolution experiments, particularly power sharing agreements, supposedly intended to end deadly conflict, secure peace and build democracy in divided societies This volume examines the legal and political efficacy of transitional political power sharing between democratically constituted governments and the African warlords, rebels, or junta that seek to violently unseat them What role does law indicate for itself to play in informing, shaping and regulating peace agreements This book addresses this question and others through the prism of three West African case studies Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea Bissau It applies the neo Kadeshean model of analysis and offers a framework for a Law on Power sharing In a field dominated by political scientists, and drawing from ancient and contemporary international law, this book represents the first substantive legal critique of the law, practice and politics of power sharing.
Illegal Peace in Africa An Inquiry into the Legality of Power Sharing with Warlords Rebels and Junta African states have become testing grounds for Western conflict resolution experiments particularly power sharing agreements supposedly intended to end deadly conflict secure peace and build democr

  • Title: Illegal Peace in Africa: An Inquiry into the Legality of Power Sharing with Warlords, Rebels, and Junta
  • Author: Jeremy I. Levitt
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  • Page: 410
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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