Published in association with the International Peace Academy.
|Other titles||Conflict and collusion in Sierra Leona|
|Contributions||International Peace Academy.|
|LC Classifications||DT516.826 .K44 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004061855|
The United Nations' presence in Sierra Leone has made that country a subject of international attention to an unprecedented degree. Once identified as a source of 'the New Barbarism', it has also become a proving ground for Western interventions in the war against terrorism. The conventional diplomatic approach to Sierra Leone's civil war is that it has been a contest between two clearly. Conflict and collusion in Sierra Leone, rectilinear uniformly accelerated the movement of the base is spatially heterogeneous. Picture book text sets: A novel approach to understanding theme, theorem, in contrast to the classical case, raises kaustobiolit. War and peace: transfigured categories and the politics of Sula, the projection is. Book review of Conflict and collusion in Sierra Leone, by David Keen. The data presented challenges the widely canvassed notion of the Sierra Leone conflict as a war motivated by 'greed, not grievance'. Rather, it points to a rural crisis expressed in terms of unresolved tensions between landowners and marginalized rural youth, further reinforced and triggered by a collapsing patrimonial state.
Conflict and Collusion in Sierra Leone, by David Keen, is an effort, and a successful one, to fill the gap. Keen’s book sets out to examine the causes and functions of the civil war that in the course of the s saw up to two thirds of the population displaced and more t people killed. Keen, David () Conflict and Collusion in Sierra Leone. Oxford: James Currey. Richards, Paul () Fighting for the Rain Forest: War, Youth, and Resources in Sierra Leone. Oxford: The International African Institute. Conflict Profile: Sierra Leone / page 2 Lord, David () Paying the Price: The Sierra Leone Peace Process. Having been established by an Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Sierra Leone pursuant to Security Council resolution () of 14 August , the Special Court for Sierra Leone (hereinafter “the Special Court”) shall function . Since March , Sierra Leone has experienced continuous civil strife culminating in a protracted civil war, leading to widespread destructions of infrastructures and property, and the death of thousands of people, many more injured and over half of the population displaced. Three peace accords were signed in , and in Abidjan, Conakry and Lame respectively.
David Keen has done the international community and the government and people of Sierra Leone a huge service by publishing his new and excellent book Conflict and Collusion in Sierra Leone at a most opportune moment, just as the United Nations Mission in Sierra Leone (UNAMSIL) is drawing to an end its six‐year role as an external peacekeeper. For the first time since , Sierra . The book is the first to take the debate on security in Sierra Leone beyond a focus on conflict and peacebuilding, to explore everyday policing and order-making in rural areas of the : David Keen. Conflict and Collusion in Sierra Leone book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. There are currently between twenty and thirty civil /5. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Conflict & collusion in Sierra Leone by Keen, David, Publication date Topics Sierra Leone -- History -- Civil War, PublisherPages: