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by Lennart Wohlgemuth,Samantha Gibson,Stephan Klasen,Emma Rothschild

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Lennart Wohlgemuth,Samantha Gibson,Stephan Klasen,Emma Rothschild
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This title is the outcome of a conference on common security and civil society in Africa

This title is the outcome of a conference on common security and civil society in Africa. The contributions seek to go beyond the "war of images" to imagine a different and more secure future. They are concerned with five different themes: economic and social change; prevention of violent conflicts; the causes of conflict; political security, and the international politics of development partnership.

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By Lennart Wohlgemuth, Samantha Gibson, Stephan Klasen, Emma Rothschild. This book is the outcome of a conference on common security and civil society in Africa. Common Security and Civil Society in Africa. By Lennart Wohlgemuth, Samantha Gibson, Stephan Klasen, Emma Rothschild.

School of Oriental and African Studies, London. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 03 March 2011.

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Emma Rothschild and Lennart Wohlgemuth BEYOND THE WAR OF IMAGES: TOWARDS COMMON SECURITY AND NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH AFRICA. 8. Samantha Gibson SHIFTING COMMITMENTS AND NATIONAL COHESION IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES. 14. Thandika Mkandawire POVERTY, INEQUALITY AND SECURITY IN SOUTH AFRICA. 42. Stephan Klasen and Fani Zulu HEALTH AND SECURITY IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA.

The papers in this volume were presented at a conference, Beyond the War of Images: Towards Common Security and New Partnership with Africa, held in Stockholm in November 1997. Includes bibliographical references.

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Find sources: "Emma Georgina Rothschild" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (February 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Emma Georgina Rothschild-Sen, CMG (born 16 May 1948) is a British economic historian who is a professor of History at Harvard University. She is also the director of the Joint Centre for History and Economics at Harvard University and an honorary Professor of History and Economics at the University of Cambridge. Economic Sentiments: Adam Smith, Condorcet and the Enlightenment (2001).

This book is the outcome of a conference on common security and civil society in Africa. The contributions seek to go beyond the "war of images" to imagine a different and more secure future. They are concerned with five different themes: economic and social change; prevention of violent conflicts; the causes of conflict; political security, and the international politics of development partnership.