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The burden of collective goodwill: The international involvement in the liberian civil war
Reforming Peace: State of Peace and Security in Africa in 2018
Security Activities of External Actors in Africa
What is in a Job? The social context of Youth (un)employment in Africa
China’s Pervasive yet Forgotten Regional Security Role in Africa
Africa's security challenges and China's evolving approach to Africa's peace and security architecture
Somaliland; the viability of a liberal peacebuilding critique beyond state building, state formation and hybridity
A means to an industrialisation end?: Demand Side Management in Nigeria
"Investment and the Security Situation in Guinea"
"Policy Paper on ECOWAS and Child Protection in West Africa"
The African Leadership Centre (ALC) established the academic peer-reviewed journal, Journal of Leadership and Developing Societies, in 2016, which motivates original thinking and high-quality analysis on the interaction between leadership and the security-development nexus with a global focus on the developing world.
The journal fills an important gap by examining leadership as a distinctive aspect of security and development processes and not simply as a by-product of institution building. It provides empirically grounded analysis of the interactions between security and development; and bridges the theory and practice of leadership in developing societies.
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