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The Lord's Resistance Army

Violence and Peacemaking in Africa

Based on interviews with the notorious armed rebel group, the LRA, this study explores why efforts at contemporary peacemaking so often fail. Les mer
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Based on interviews with the notorious armed rebel group, the LRA, this study explores why efforts at contemporary peacemaking so often fail.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction: Seeking Peace with the Lord's Resistance Army; 2. The Lord's Resistance Army: A Continuum of War, Peace and Information; 3. The Juba Peace Talks with the Lord's Resistance Army in 2006: 'While Talking, There Is Troop Movement'; 4. 'Am I an Animal?': Identity, Rules and Loss in the Lord's Resistance Army; 5. The Juba Peace Talks with the Lord's Resistance Army in 2007: 'We Don't Know If We Can Trust'; 6. 'Reach Out a Hand and Pull It Back': The Lord's Resistance Army's 'Connect/Disconnect' Meets International Galvanic Surges; 7. The Juba Peace Talks with the Lord's Resistance Army in 2008: 'Maybe We Came Too Close to the Enemy'; 8. 'LRA Has Already Become a System': Representation and Distrust in the Lord's Resistance Army; 9. 'We Are All Learning in This Peace Process': Peacemaking and the Legacy of the Juba Peace Talks with the Lord's Resistance Army.

Om forfatteren

Mareike Schomerus, PhD, is a widely published researcher and commentator, as well as co-editor of volumes on African secessionism and the borderlands of South Sudan. Her recent work merges behavioural science with the qualitative study of violent conflict, political contestation and governance.