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Book/Monograph
2013
Africa Institute of South Africa

This book looks at the first ten years of the African Union. This is the second in a series of books that will be produced each year from annual conferences held on the multi-faceted issue of African liberation. The key themes of the book explore ways of improving the effectiveness of the African Union, fostering unity amongst African countries through entrenchment...

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Book/Monograph
2014
Michigan State University Press
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Book/Monograph
2014
Michigan State University Press
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Journal article
2012
ACCORD

This article examines the venture of the African Union (AU) into diasporic diplomacy. It inspects the context in which this was done, and the thrust of its diplomacy in the diaspora. It identifies four crucial diasporic communities with which states and organisations like the AU must interact if they wish to have proper and functional diasporic diplomacy. These are...

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Journal article
2012
ACCORD

This article examines the venture of the African Union (AU) into diasporic diplomacy. It inspects the context in which this was done, and the thrust of its diplomacy in the diaspora. It identifies four crucial diasporic communities with which states and organisations like the AU must interact if they wish to have proper and functional diasporic diplomacy. These are...

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Book/Monograph
2011
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

The creation of the African Union (AU) broke new ground in the conceptualisation and design of international organisations. Most international organisations have maintained their state-centric nature, with limited and conditional participation for civil society. The AU created the Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC) as one of its organs, with a mandate ...

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Book/Monograph
2011
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

The creation of the African Union (AU) broke new ground in the conceptualisation and design of international organisations. Most international organisations have maintained their state-centric nature, with limited and conditional participation for civil society. The AU created the Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC) as one of its organs, with a mandate ...

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Journal article
2008
Institute for Security Studies (ISS)

The African Union has been operational for close to five years now and it is appropriate to reflect on whether its peace and security architecture will achieve its objectives. In 2002, the AU adopted the Protocol on Peace and Security, which launched the creation of the Peace and Security Council, the African Standby Force, the Continental Early Warning Mechanism a...

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