External Publications of KAIPTC Staff

External Publications of KAIPTC Staff

Adopting a Comprehensive Approach to Changing Dynamics of Terrorism in Africa. International Relations and Diplomacy, IV(2), pp. 85-94.

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African Agency in R2P: Interventions by African Union and ECOWAS in Mali, Cote D’Ivoire, and Libya. International Studies Review XVIII(1), pp. 120-133.

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An Evolving Security Dilemma: Adopting a Comprehensive Approach to Changing Dynamics of Terrorism in Africa. International Relations and Diplomacy, IV(2), pp. 85-94.

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China’s Foray into African Security and the Question of Non-Interference. African East-Asian Affairs, Issue 3, pp. 9-30.

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Confronting the Boko Haram Challenge to Nigeria: Exploring Options for A Peaceful Settlement. Stability Operations, VIII(1), pp. 24-25 & 27.

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Examining the Legal and Policy Frameworks Regulating the Behavior of Political Parties in Sierra Leone. Stockholm: International IDEA.

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Islamic Radicalization and Violence in Liberia. Conflict, Security and Development Journal, XIII(2), pp. 191-208 (with Alao, A.).

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Legal and Policy Frameworks Regulating the Behavior of Politicians and Political Parties in Ghana: Interrogating Institutional Mechanisms. Stockholm: International IDEA.

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Presidential Transitions in Ghana’s Politics: Lessons from the 2008 Elections. African Renaissance, VI(1), pp. 7-12.

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Sustaining Peace and Stability in Ghana: Appraising the Role of the National Election Security Task Force in the 2012 Elections. Journal of African Elections, XII(2), pp. 132-153.

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Envisioning a Future African Union: Exploring Collaborative Ventures with the EU & the UN. In: R. Sharamo & C. Ayagafac, eds. The State of Human Security in Africa: An Assessment of Institutional Preparedness. Pretoria: ISS Monograph 185.

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The Role of the Police in UNAMID. ISS Monograph, Issue 190 (with Caparini, M; Davies, OV; Dessu, MK & Peter, M).

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Integrating Gender in Peacekeeping Training: An Approach from the ECOWAS Subregion. Gender and Peacebuilding in Africa Occasional Paper, Issue 2. Cape Town, Dakar, Nairobi & Oxford: Pambazuka Press (with Alaga, E.).

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Japan-Africa Relations: Applying the Asian Development Experience to Sub-Saharan Africa. New York: Cornell University Institute for African Development Occasional Paper Series, Issue 14 (with Osei-Hwedie, B.Z.).

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ECOWAS and Conflict Prevention in West Africa: Confronting the Triple Threats. New York: Center on International Cooperation, New York University (with Bah, S.A.).

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Managing Expectations and Tensions in Ghana’s Oil-Rich Western Region. Johannesburg: SAIIA Policy Briefing 55.

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Parliamentary Oversight of the Security Sector: Lessons from Ghana. New York: Center on International Cooperation, New York University.

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Taking Stock of the Responsibility to Protect in Africa: Challenges, Prospects, and Priorities for the Next Decade. Policy Dialogue Brief (The Stanley Foundation) (with Porter, K.), 6 March 2015.

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The Deployment and Vandalization of Political Party Posters: The Case of Ghana’s 2012 Elections. Elections Policy Brief # 1 July 2015. Accra: Ghana Center for Democratic Development (with Mensah, K. A).

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The Land Question in El Dorado. Dakar: Institute for Strategic Studies (with Kabran, E. & Onoma, A.).

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The Role of RECs in Peacebuilding in Africa: Past Experiences & the Way Forward. Center for Conflict Resolution and Peacekeeping in Africa. Cairo Policy Briefs No (3), November 2014.

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Where Two or More Are Gathered in the Name of Politics: Addressing the Problem of Group Clashes in Ghana’s Elections. Briefing Paper XV(3) July 2015. Accra: Ghana.

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Africa in Global International Relations: Emerging Approaches to Theory and Practice. London and New York: Routledge (with Bischoff, P. and Acharya A. eds.).

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Ghana Armed Forces in Lebanon and Liberia Peace Operations. Maryland: Lexington Books.

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Liberia’s Security Sector Legislation. Geneva: DCAF.

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Peacekeeping in Africa: The Evolving Roles of the African Union and Regional Mechanisms. Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (with De Carvalho, B., Kasumba, Y. & Okumu, W. eds.).

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African Domestic and Cross-Border Challenges. In: C. A. Crocker, F. O. Hampson & P. Aall, eds. Rewiring Regional Security in a Fragmented World. Washington, DC: USIP.

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Africanizing the International and Internationalizing the Africa: Security, War on Terror and Mali. In: P. Bischoff, K. Aning & A. Acharya, eds. Africa in Global International Relations: Emerging Approaches to Theory and Practice. London & New York: Routledge, pp. 144-163.

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Application of and Responses to the Responsibility to Protect Norm at Regional and Sub-Regional Levels in Africa: Lessons for Implementation. In: The Role of Sub-Regional Organisations in Strengthening the Responsiblity to Protect. New York: Stanley Foundation.

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Comprehending West Africa’s Security Dilemmas: State Fragility, Narco-Terrorism and Oil Politics. In: Europa Publications, ed. Africa South of the Sahara 2012. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 49-53…

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Conclusion: Culture and Conflict Managements: The Need for a Paradigm Shift. In: A. G. Adebayo, J. J. Benjamin & B. D. Lundy, eds. Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies: Global Perspectives. Maryland: Lexington Books, pp. 257-264 (with Sen, D. & Meneses, N.).

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Confronting Hybrid Threats in Africa: Improving Multidimensional Responses. In: C. de Coning, L. Gelot & J. Karlsrud, eds. The Future of African Peace Operations: From Janjaweed to Boko Haram. London: Zed Books, pp. 20-37.

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Consolidating Regional Security: Security Sector Reform and Beyond . In: T. Jaye, D. Garuba & S. Amadi, eds. ECOWAS and the Dynamics of Conflict and Peace-building . Dakar: CODESRIA, pp. 195-208.

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ECOWAS Intervention in Liberia and Sierra Leone: Lessons for the Evolving APSA. In: F. Aboagye, ed. A Comprehensive Review of African Conflicts and Regional Interventions [CRACRI]. Addis Ababa & Nairobi: AU & APSTA, pp. 93-108.

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EU-AU Missions in Africa: Lessons Learned and Future Scenarios. In: N. Pirozzi, ed. Ensuring Peace and Security in Africa: Implementing the New Africa-EU Partnership and Developing Cooperation. Rome: Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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Exploring Indigenous Mechanisms for Peacemaking in West Africa. In: A. G. Adebayo, B. D. Lundy, J. Benjamin & J. K. Adjei, eds. Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies in West Africa: Beyond Right and Wrong. New York: Lexington Books, pp.35-52.

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Exploring the Benefits and Disadvantages of Hybrid and Other Support Models for Peace Operations in Africa. In: L. Gelot, G. Ludwig & C. de Coning, eds. Supporting African Peace Operations. Uppsala & Oslo: The Nordic Africa Institute; Dag Hammarskjold Foundation & Norwegian Institute of International Affairs.

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Ghana in 2012. In: A Decade of Ghana: Politics, Economy and Society 2004-2013. Leiden & Boston: Brill, pp. 122-135.

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Ghana in 2013. In: A Decade of Ghana: Politics, Economy and Society 2004-2013. Leiden & Boston: Brill, pp. 136-148.

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Ghana. In: L.R. Cleary, T. German & M. Craig, eds. Security Sector Horizon Scanning 2016 – West Africa. Shrivenham: Cranfield University.

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Ghana. In: S. Elischer, R. Hofmeier, A. Mehler & H. Melber, eds. Africa Yearbook: Politics, Economy and Society South of the Sahara in 2014. Leiden & Boston: Brill, pp. 76-86.

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Introduction to Concepts and Key Issues in Conflict and Peacebuilding. In: A. S. Gadzekpo, ed. Conflict-Sensitive Coverage: A Manual for Journalists Reporting Conflict in West Africa. Accra: School of Information and Communication Studies, University of Ghana, Legon/African Peacebuilding Network (APN), pp. 10-21.

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African Armies Consistently Provide Peacekeepers. The Africa Report, April, Issue 49, p. 26 (Interview conducted by The Africa Report).

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From Research to Practice: Linking the Training for Peace Programme’s Research to Policy Development and Training in Peace Operations. Conflict Trends, Issue 2, pp. 19-27.

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Key Factors Shaping the Interest of China in Africa Security Issues. Africa Conflict Monthly Monitor, July, pp. 8-13.

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Professionalism in Peacekeeping. African Defense Forum, VIII(4), 21 December 2015 [Online] Available at: http://adf-magazine.com/?p=5108

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Professionalism in Peacekeeping. Defence Web, 16 February 2016 [Online] Available at: http://www.defenceweb.co.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=42366:professionalism-in-peacekeeping-&catid=32:military-art-a-science

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Teaching Peacekeeping: An Interview with Fiifi Edu-Afful, Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC). African Conflict Monthly Monitor, July , pp. 21-23 (Interview conducted by James Hall).

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Transnational Security Threats and Challenges to Peacekeeping in Mali. Conflict Trends, Issue 2, pp. 11-17.

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Contributor Profile: Ghana, New York: International Peace Institute (Providing for Peacekeeping Project).Aning, E. K., Birikorang, E., Addo, P. & Sowatey, E., 2004. African Commitments to Conflict Prevention and Peacekeeping, A Review of Eight NePAD Countries, Pretoria: African Human Security Initiative.

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West Africa Governance Monitoring Project: Liberia, Dakar: CODESRIA & OSIWA (with Tarway-Twalla, A. & Geegbae, G.A.).

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Ghana Armed Forces in Lebanon and Liberia Peace Operations. Daily Graphic, 12 November, p. 45.

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Communiqué on Preserving National Security in Elections 2012 and Beyond. Daily Graphic, 8 November, p. 9.

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Final Communiqué Issued at A Stakeholders Colloquium on the Theme “Reducing the Incidence of Violence in Election 2016 and Beyond”. Daily Graphic, 3 October, p. 14.

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