Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Scarcity and Surfeit: The Ecology of Africa's Conflicts

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This book is a product of international and regional co-operation. Many scholars, government officials, non-governmental agencies and programme officers from various donor agencies have contributed to its conception and development. It forms part of the growing efforts of the African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS) and the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) to explore and promote understanding of the complex dimensions and causes of political conflicts in Africa.

ACTS is an international inter-governmental policy research and training organization located in Nairobi, Kenya. The Centre's activities focus on the implementation of Agenda 21 and related conventions on biological diversity, climate change and desertification.

The ISS is a regional applied policy research institute with offices in Pretoria and Cape Town with a mission to conceptualise, inform and enhance the security debate in Africa. The Institute undertakes research and analysis; supports policy formulation; awareness-raising; collecting, interpreting and disseminating information on national, regional and international levels; and capacitybuilding.

1. Contemporary Conflict Analysis in Perspective
2. Land Scarcity, Distribution and Conflict in Rwanda
3. Conflict and Coffee in Burundi
4. Coltan exploitation in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo
5. Oil and Water in Sudan
6. Spilling Blood over Water? The Case of Ethiopia
7. Deegaan, Politics and War in Somalia
8. Conclusion - Where to from Here?

Author Details
"Jeremy Lind"
"Kathryn Sturman"

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