AU diplomacy can foster peace in DRC
Peace talks between the Democratic Republic of Congo and M23 rebels have been suspended again in Kampala. African Union Commission chief Nkozasana Dlamini-Zuma is in the DRC to help peace efforts.
– The Dlamini-Zuma's quiet diplomacy may foster peace in the DRC and if she succeeds it could also give the AU more credibility, says Linnéa Gelot, NAI researcher and expert on the AU.
Listen to the complete interview with Linnéa Gelot by Radio France Internationale (in English, the sequence is approximately 5 minutes): https://soundcloud.com/radiofranceinternationale/will-au-quiet-diplomacy-bring