The African Union's peacekeeping experience in Darfur, Sudan : feature
The Darfur crisis immensely tested the African Union's determination to keep peace and stop the excruciating destruction of human life on the continent. This paper argues that the AU has performed fairly well in Darfur, but the AU member states and donor community need a serious dialogue among themselves. It is argued that peacekeeping is a global responsibility and the lessons from the AU's experience in Darfur have significant implications for the future of peacekeeping in Africa.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2006