Alternative Perspectives on African Peacekeeping

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping
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This Special Issue of the Journal of International Peacekeeping aims to explore the conceptual periphery of multidimensional peacekeeping by shedding light on some of the concepts, activities or actors that are under-studied or tangential to peacekeeping as usually understood or analysed.This is done through the African prism, as Africa has been the main laboratory of peacekeeping operations over the last two decades.

Africa hosts most of the United Nations (UN)-led peacekeeping operations,1 and it is also a continent that can benefit from the involvement of its own regional and sub-regional organizations – be it the African

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