THE SOCIETY FOR PEACE STUDIES AND PRACTICE: CALL FOR PAPERS.
Theme: Managing National and International Security in a Globalized World
The last two decades have been very challenging for Africa in terms of security threats and their management. Evidence of these problems are most evident in the Darfur crisis in Sudan; the election crises in Kenya, Zimbabwe and Cote d’Ivoire, the 2011 uprisings in North Africa; the problem of maritime piracy in Somalia; crises in Nigeria’s Niger Delta, Plateau, North-East geopolitical and several others. The security threats posed by each of these problems are as complex as the questions arising from their management by local and multilateral security actors. It is within this framework that our proposed conference intends to interrogate the challenges of national and international security in our globalized world and the aggregate useful lessons from our collective experiences.
Submit abstracts before 16th, December 2011 to:firstname.lastname@example.org.
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