En réponse aux violences terroristes de Al Chebab, AQMI, Boko Haram, Mujao, GSIM, Ansar dine etc., plusieurs interventions internationales sont en cours en Afrique, notamment au Sahel. La rhétorique terroriste venue des États-Unis a fini de nous convaincre de notre intérêt commun à lutter contre le terrorisme. Au Sahel, on lutte contre le terrorisme comme le dicte cette rhétorique façonnée depuis les États lointains des Amériques et de l’Europe. Quelles sont les réponses à apporter face aux nombreux événements meurtriers au Mali, au Burkina-Faso, au Niger, et face aux échecs successifs de la lutte contre le terrorisme au Sahel ?
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Developments around Sudan’s transfer of political power demonstrate why a more strategic partnership between the African Union (AU) and the United Nations, especially at the council levels, matters. According to the author, the recent volatility shows both the fault lines and the significant opportunities for the two bodies to work together in their efforts to stabilize Sudan.
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Myanmar’s 2020 polls are a chance to consolidate electoral democracy in the country. Yet many ethnic minorities doubt that voting gives them a real say. To preempt possible violence, the paper states that the government and outside partners should work to enhance the ballot’s inclusiveness and transparency.
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This document outlines FINCENT's activities in the year of their 50th anniversary. The mission of FINCENT is to execute and conduct the international training of leaders and experts in crisis management in cooperation with its national and international partners.
ESDC - What we are, What we do: A Manual of the European Security and Defence College - September 2019 - February 2020
A manual of the European Security and Defence College September 2019 — February 2020.The ESDC, in the context of the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), provides EU–level training and education, in the field of the Union’s Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP). It aims to develop and promote a common understanding of CSDP among civilian and military personnel, and to identify and disseminate, through its training activities, good practices in relation to various CSDP issues. By doing so, the ESDC complements the national efforts in the field of training and education.