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Solomon Hailu, "A New Start for African Security," International Journal on World Peace 26 (4), 63-73

The collapse of the cold war and Africa's increasing openness in the face of globalization and democratization have brought the dissolution of old patterns of political affiliation and radical shift in Africa's post-cold war security paradigm. The article explores regional and international dynamics of conflict in post-cold war Africa and analyzes the evolving regional arrangement, particularly, the Africa Union's attempts to resolve the current conflicts in Africa.



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