Ethnic Conflict And State Formation In Post Colonial Africa Case Study

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Register to read the introduction… (2010). Ethnic conflict and state formation in post-colonial Africa: A comparative study of ethnic genocide in the Congo, Liveria, Nigeria, and Rwanda-Burundi. Journal Of Third World Studies, 27(2), …show more content…
This relationship is further strengthened when the capacity of the government is nonfunctioning. The authors provided five strategies such as promoting economic development, enhance rule of law, and provide a sense of community, diplomacy, and practice conflict sensitivity. Corporations will lean on NGOs in countries like the Democratic Republic of the Congo where conflict is prevalent. NGOs have more experience in navigating this treacherous environment. This research will assist in explaining the importance of fusing corporate and NGO investment into conflict stricken countries. The authors have published numerous peer-reviewed articles in topics ranging from poverty and development and innovative governance …show more content…
It described how Rwanda exploited Congo’s natural resources, the proxy war executed by both parties, their violent competition for Kisangani diamonds. Furthermore, the research suggests that embarrassment was key in reconciliation between the two countries. This was due in part to a United Nations Congo-Rwanda conflict report. The report fractured both countries international relationships. This research will help provide data on the Democratic Republic of Congo’s history of continued war and why it has not been able to harness its natural resources for financial gain. The author is a writer for The Center of African Studies and has published several articles in peer-reviewed journals.
Trefon, T. (2010). Administrative obstacles to reform in the Democratic Republic of Congo. International Review of Administrative Sciences, 76(4), 702–722.
The following research examines how the Democratic Republic of Congo has failed to match its international community’s efforts in rebuilding. One of the main issues and triggers of resulting failure is the lack of adequately compensated civil servants. Furthermore Congolese authorities are reluctant to accept reform strategies that may weaken their

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