Conflict Trends 2012/4

ACCORD Conflict Trends 2012/4

As we end this year and ACCORD celebrates its twentieth anniversary, I am sadly reminded of the many lost opportunities we have had over the years to get parties to negotiate early so that lives could be saved and other human injustices averted... The Syrian crisis reminds us that we need renewed commitme

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Editorial

Editorial
by Vasu Gounden

Features

Election Related Violence: Beyond Electoral Systems and Normative Standards
by Kisiangani Emmanuel

The Sudan - South Sudan Military Escalation in Heglig: Shifting Attention from Domestic Challenges
by Aleksi Ylönen

Operationalising the Responsibility to Protect
by Erik Reichborn-Kjennerud

Oil Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea
by Freedom C. Onuoha

Private Military and Security Companies: A Comparative Analysis between Colombia and Sierra Leone
by Jerónimo Delgådo Caicedo and Nicolás Ávila

Development Sensitivity for Reconciliation: Lessons Learned from Rwanda
by Tatsushi Arai

Youth-led Peace Caravans and Inter-community Peace- building among Pastoralists in North-western Kenya
by Willis Okumu