African Journal of International Affairs

Guest editor: Cyril I. Obi.

The African Journal of International Affairs is a bi-annual journal of the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA).

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Vol. 10, Nos 1&2, 2007: CONTENTS

Introduction: Elections and the Challenge of Post-Conflict Democratisation in West Africa
Cyril I. Obi

Democracy and Conflict Management in Africa: Is Ghana a Model or a Paradox?
Jasper Ayelazuno

From War to Peace: Elections, Civil Society and Governance in Post-Conflict Sierra Leone
Abraham John

The Challenges of Documenting War Atrocities in Post-Conflict Sierra Leone: A Study of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC)
Proscovia Svärd

Post-Conflict Elections in Africa: Liberia and Guinea-Bissau in Comparative Perspective
John Akopari and Elisabete Azevedo

Partnership and Post-War Guinea-Bissau
Jónína Einarsdóttir

Rhetoric of Power, Power of Rhetoric: Discourse Implications of Mass Media Reports of Election Camapaigns and the Sustenance of Democracy in Nigeria
Augustine U. Nwagbara

Pro-democracy Movements, Democratisation and Conflicts in Africa: Nigeria, 1990–1999
Kehinde Olayode

Democracy, Elections, Election Monitoring and Peace-Building in West Africa
Aadelaja Odukoya

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