The ALC Monograph series contains papers written by ALC staff, fellows and associates that are in-line with the general research objectives of the ALC.

No. 5. Uganda’s Involvement in the DRC since 1998: Museveni and Regional Relations by Barney Walsh

No. 6. Federated for tragic ends? Lessons from Ethiopia's Ethnic federalism by Belachew Mekuria Fikre

No. 9 An Examination of the Conditions that led to Success in Mediating the Kenyan Post Election Conflict in 2007/2008 using the Contigency Model by Njoki Wamae

No. 12. Dynamics of Interstate Conflicts in West Africa, The Cases of Liberia (1989 - 1997/2003) and Sierra Leone (1991 - 2001) by Raymond Da Boi

No. 13. Economic Growth, Political Repression and Insurgencies in Contemporary Ethiopia by Alagaw Ababu Kifle

No. 14. Climate Change and Conflict in Kenya: the case of Northern Kenya's Pastoralists by Hassan Abdi Abdille

No. 15. Security Sector Reform (SSR) in Post-Conflict Societies. (A Case Study of the Republic of Sierra Leone) by Ahiable Eric Davidson

No. 17. Political Violence in Africa: a study of the 2010-11 violent civil unrest in Libya and Tunisia by Olajide Olayemi Akanji

No. 18. The Dilemma of Responsibility to Protect (R2P) in Africa by Ruth Bolline Aluoch

No. 19. Land and Reintegration of Ex-Combatants in Post-Conflict Situations: A Case Study of Northern Uganda by Awici Charles Churchill

No. 20. The Unintended Consequences of the MONUC/MONUSCO Peace Operation in the DRC: Beyond Liberalism towards a People-Centred Approach to Peacebuilding by Warren Johannes

No. 21. The Regionalization of the African Standby Force: A Study of the North African Region by Agbezuge Justice

No. 22. The Participation of Women in Peacebuilding in Africa: Resolution 1325 in Liberia by Salamatu Kemokai

No. 23. Political Leadership and the Causes of Violent Conflict in Côte d’Ivoire by Sonja Theron

No. 24. International Counter-Terrorism in the Horn of Africa: Examining Radicalization in Kenya by Muriungi Susan Karegi

No. 25. Structural Underpinnings of the Kenya’s Election Violence: An Analysis of Tethno-Political Conflicts by Amos Onyango Okello

No. 26. Do Grassroots Approaches and Mobilization for Development Contribute to Post-Conflict Peacebuilding? The Experience of Northern Ghana by Banchani John-Paul Safunu

No. 27. Land Conflicts and Post-Conflict Reconstruction in South Sudan by Robert Turyamureeba

No. 28. Development and Security Challenges in Oil Producing Countries: The main causes and Lessons in Sub-saharan Africa by Clement Sefa-Nyarko

No. 31. The African Union Interventionism: Lessons Learnt by Wilfred Nasongó Muliro

No. 32a. The Burundi defence review, 2011-14: Charting a new path for peace, stability and security by Dylan Hendrickson

No. 32b. Revue de la défense au Burundi, 2011-14: Tracer une voie nouvelle vers la paix, la stabilité et la sécurité by Dylan Hendrickson

No. 33.  Maritime Security Challenges in the Gulf of Guinea by Ifesinachi Okafor


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