Security Activities of External Actors in Africa
Olawale Ismail and Elisabeth Sköns (eds)
Security Activities of External Actors in Africa is the first book to systematically map the security-related policies, strategies and activities of major external actors in Africa. It assesses the involvement of seven key external actors—China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States, the European Union and the United Nations—in sub-Saharan Africa, paying special attention to military presences, military interventions, contributions to peace operations, arms supplies, defence and security agreements, military training, and other forms of military and security assistance.
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||Trends in international arms transfers, 2013
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| Peacekeepers at risk
|| China's Policy on North Korea
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