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Introduction Treaty development and practice for managing transboundary water resources in West Africa have been gradual, evolving from the pre-colonial era through the post-colonial era to the present. Within the colonial period, not much was achieved on shared watercourses’ agreement in West

In: Brill Research Perspectives in International Water Law

Introduction Treaty development and practice for managing transboundary water resources in West Africa have been gradual, evolving from the pre-colonial era through the post-colonial era to the present. Within the colonial period, not much was achieved on shared watercourses’ agreement in West

In: Shared Water Resources in West Africa

uniforms and insignia. 2 Founded during the late 19th and early 20th century “Scramble for Africa”, Britain’s locally recruited army in West Africa presents an interesting case of the employment of symbols to foster a colonial military culture that upheld the colonial state. Britain’s West African

In: International Journal of Military History and Historiography

1 Introduction In the last decade, significant developments are taking shape in the West African sub-region. On one hand, the flames of conflicts that engulfed the sub-region in the 1990s and the early 2000s have been doused and the affected countries, with the support of the international