Great Powers-Africa Security Relations and 'War on Terror' - Understanding the Realism of Humanitarian Intervention on Africa's Security
od Eke, Onyemaechi Augustine
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Great Powers-Africa Security Relations and 'War on Terror', unravels the realpolitik behind the French 'peace mission'-"Operation Serval", which was anchored on Global Humanitarian Intervention and 'responsibility to protect' Mali as one of world's developing states and states in transition in the African continent. The book identified new global transnational threats such as, terrorism, criminal networks, insurgency, poverty, de-democratisation, conflicts, etc., as major sources of vulnerability of states in Africa. It examined the French Operation, the role of third-party intervention, and achievements and constraints of United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilisation Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) in 2013. It also analysed the background, security challenges, motivations of the French and Allied Great Powers involved in the Malian Crisis and revealed some lessons, among which is the need for Africa to re-positioning its defence and security architecture to grapple with new and emerging complex threats to the continent's and global security. This book is recommended to scholars, security and defence experts, peace institutes and general interest readers.
Eke, Onyemaechi Augustine
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Onyemaechi Augustine Eke was born on March 4, 1963 at Ishiagu, Ebonyi State, Nigeria. He holds B.Sc.(Govt & Public Admin.); M.Sc.(Int'l Relations & Diplomacy) of The Abia State University and Ph.D Political Science (International Relations), University of Nigeria Nsukka. He teaches at Gregory University Uturu, Nigeria. Eke is married with two sons.
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