Журнальный клуб Интелрос » Joint Force Quarterly » №58, 2010
Clement Mweyang Aapengnuo
Misinterpreting Ethnic Conflicts in Africa
There is a general perception that Africa is trapped in a never-ending cycle of ethnic conflict. The Rwandan genocide, Darfur, northern Nigeria, CÔte d’Ivoire, and the violent aftermath of the controversial Kenyan elections, among other cases, seemingly substantiate this perception. As grievances accumulate and are defined at the group rather than individual level, the motivation for reprisals is never ending.