Human security, peace and conflict: African perspectives
The Strategic Review for Southern Africa is an internationally accredited and peer-reviewed periodical of the Department of Political Sciences at the University of Pretoria. Guest Editor of the current special issue (Vol 37 (1), May 2015) is 'Funmi Olonisakin, Distinguished Andrew Mellon Foundation Scholar, University of Pretoria.
Table of Contents
A human security approach to peacemaking in Africa
South Africa's approach to conflict management in Burundi and the DRC: Promoting human security?
Reconciliation in Zimbabwe: The conflict between a state-centred and people-centred approach
Ruth Murambadoro and Cori Wielenga
Asymmetrical conflict and human security: Reflections from Kenya
Human security in East Africa: The EAC's illusive quest for inclusive citizenship
State-building and non-state conflicts in Africa
Alagaw Ababu Kifle
Re-conceptualising leadership for effective peacemaking and human security in Africa
Regional hegemonic contention and the asymmetry of soft power: A comparative analysis of South Africa and Nigeria
Olusola Ogunnubi and Christopher Isike
Analyses and Reports
Human security in South Africa
Human security in practice: Securing people from the threat of epidemic — What can we learn from the ECOWAS response to Ebola?
Habibu Yaya Bappah