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Title:Between indifference and na´vetÚ: Dutch policy interventions in African conflicts: a synthesis report
Authors:Douma, PytISNI
Walraven, Klaas vanISNI
Year:2000
Pages:35
Language:English
City of publisher:The Hague
Publisher:Clingendael, Conflict Research Unit
Geographic terms:Sudan
Liberia
Rwanda
Netherlands
Subjects:civil wars
foreign policy
Link:https://www.clingendael.org/sites/default/files/2016-02/20001000_cru_paper_douma.pdf
Abstract:This report constitutes a synthesis of three case studies of intrastate conflicts in Africa. Research was conducted in the context of the Conflict Policy Research Project executed by the Netherlands Institute of International Relations 'Clingendael' for the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The conflicts concerned are the civil wars in Liberia, Rwanda and Sudan. The details of these conflicts and the policy interventions undertaken by the Netherlands and other actors vis-Ó-vis these countries can be found in the respective reports (M.V. van Baarsen: The Netherlands and Sudan: Dutch policies and interventions with respect to the Sudanese civil war; P. Douma: The Netherlands and Rwanda: a case study on Dutch foreign policies and interventions in the contemporary conflict history of Rwanda; K. van Walraven: The Netherlands and Liberia: Dutch policies and interventions with respect to the Liberian civil war). The present contribution presents the main conclusions and arguments of the three country studies. It briefly describes the issues, actors and dynamics of the intrastate conflicts in Sudan, Rwanda and Liberia and summarizes the political, humanitarian and post-conflict interventions undertaken by the Netherlands and other actors (Ecomog, United Nations, Inter-Governmental Authority for Development, IGAD).
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