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International political crisis resolution in migration and conflict studies


Dr. Tamaro Green, DS

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2021-04-06 23:28:32 viewed: 176


Reviewing international approaches to crisis resolution may benefit global responses to topics in migration and conflicts.  Wolkanto (2016) outlines two approaches to international political crisis resolution, substantive and procedural.  Chirisa, Mumba, and Dirwai (2014) suggest African Union leaders should understand that globalization has become an influence to development.  Freear and Coning (2013) discusses the challenges of African Union peacekeeping missions in Mali and Somalia.  Mafu (2019) proposes African leaders work to improve economic prosperity and human dignity to reduce the elements for modern slave labor.  Ejiogu and Mosley (2017) recommend studies in lifestyles beyond the means of elite leadership.   Sore (2010) compares and contrasts the legitimacy of regional integration and democracy in the African Union and the European Union.



Chirisa, I. E. W., Mumba, A., & Dirwai, S. O. (2014). A review of the evolution and trajectory of the African Union as an instrument of regional integration. SpringerPlus, 3(101).

Ejiogu, K. U., & Mosley, T. S. (2017). Local neocolonialism and terrorism in Africa. SAGE Open, 7(2), 2158244017698529. doi:10.1177/2158244017698529

Freear, M., & Coning, C. d. (2013). Lessons from the African Union Mission for Somalia (AMISOM) for peace operations in Mali. Stability: International Journal of Security & Development, 2(2), 23.

Mafu, L. (2019). The Libyan/Trans-Mediterranean Slave Trade, the African Union, and the Failure of Human Morality. SAGE Open, 9(1), 2158244019828849. doi:10.1177/2158244019828849

Sore, S. Z. (2010). Establishing regional integration: The African Union and the European Union. Macalester International, 25(13).

Wolkanto, A. (2016). Responsibilities and challenges of the African Union in maintaining continental peace and security: A case study of the Malian crisis. Arts and Social Sciences Journal, 7(4).




Dr. Tamaro Green is a computer science researcher and the founder of TJG Web Services.  TJG Web Services, LLC is a consulting firm in the field of information technology.  Dr. Green writes on topics of privacy, security, and ethics in information technology and computer science.

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