Mediation efforts in Somalia


By Non classé

This paper reviews and assesses the past eighteen years of external mediation efforts aimed at ending Somalia’s protracted civil war and reviving a central government. It identifies lessons learned, summarizes ongoing debates about the most appropriate mediation approaches, and inventories the range of obstacles and constraints which have prevented successful mediation of the Somalia conflict.

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