Table of contents for Ending Africa's wars : progressing to peace / edited by Oliver Furley and Roy May.

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Contents
List of Contributors
Acknowledgements
	
1 Introduction	1
Oliver Furley and Roy May
PART I: GENERAL ISSUES	13
2 Africa¿s Wars: Overview, Causes and the Challenges of Conflict 	15
	Transformation
Richard Jackson
3 Post-settlement Governance Programmes: What is Being Built 	33
 in Africa?	
Bruce Baker
4 Civil Society, Reconciliation and Conflict Transformation in 	49
 Post-war Africa
Andrew Rigby
5 Disarmament, Demobilization, Reinsertion and Reintegration 	65
 in Africa	
Joanna Spear
PART II: CASE STUDIES	83
6 Multi-party Mediation in the Guinea-Bissau Civil War		85
Simon Massey
7 Democratic Republic of Congo: Problems of the Peacekeeping		101
	Process	
Emeric Rogier
8 Uganda: The Struggle for Peace		117
Oliver Furley
9 Elusive Settlement: Angola¿s ¿Peace Processes¿, 1975-2002		137
Norrie MacQueen
10 
A Separate Peace: Mozambique, State Reconstruction and 		155
	the Search for Sustainable Democracy
Chris Alden
11 Peacemaking in Sudan		169
Peter Woodward
12 Liberia: A Durable Peace at Last?		181
Gerry Cleaver
13 A Long Prelude to Peace: African Involvement in Ending 		201
	Burundi¿s War	
Roger Southall
14 A Sustainable Peace?: Sierra Leone		221
Bruce Baker and Roy May
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Peace-building -- Africa.
Political stability -- Africa.
Conflict management -- Africa.
Africa -- Economic conditions.