The Transition From War To Peace In Sub Suharan Africa
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The Transition From War To Peace In Sub Suharan Africa

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The convergence of a decade of economic deterioration with the end of the cold war has created a climate in which a growing number of African governments, whether emerging from internal conflict or at peace, are exploring ways to address persistent poverty by reallocating scarce resources from military budgets. In this changing context, demobilization and reintegration pro...more
Unknown Binding, 80 pages
Published January 1st 1996 by World Bank Publications
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