By Olukunle Ojeleye
With an expanding foreign curiosity in put up civil warfare demobilisation and reintegration, particularly in Africa, Ojeleye offers a timely physique of information at the Nigerian civil battle. furthermore, this booklet presents an in-depth research of the modalities and methods of the demobilisation and reintegration workouts conducted on the finish of the Nigerian civil struggle and assesses their implications for nationwide politics within the West African country. the writer identifies the political, socio-economic and cultural history to the Nigerian civil struggle and discusses the relevant subject matter of demobilisation, disarmament and reintegration (DDR) in Nigeria opposed to the backdrop of the coverage of the country's submit battle reconstruction, reconciliation and rehabilitation workout (the 3Rs). notwithstanding the critical subject matter is Nigeria, it compares the demobilisation and reintegration workout in Nigeria with different makes an attempt in Sub Sahara Africa via highlighting the $64000 deviations and drawing a few conclusions at the Nigerian event. It additionally touches on concerns on the subject of foreign involvement and intervention in civil wars and the jobs of the African Union, the Commonwealth of countries and the United international locations.
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