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    • The challenges of an engagement between the African Union and the UN Security Council 

      Da Silva, Marina Magalhães Barreto Leite (School for Basic Sciences, Vaal Triangle Campus, North-West University, 2016)
      Since the 1960s and during the initial decades of the United Nations (UN) Africa has always had great representation inside the General Assembly. Besides the numerical advantage of Africa, the ties between the continent and ...
    • Reincarnation of winds of change in Africa: an African Union impotence? 

      Ababio, E.P. (North-West University, 2011)
      The emergence of African states as independent by 1970 had brought hope and expectations to nationals that the winds of change were to be equated with good life and freedom. Yet, no sooner had political freedom been gained ...