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Title:Uganda's fundamental change: domestics and external dynamics of conflicts and development
Editor:Mukwaya, Aaron K. Kabweru
Year:2005
Pages:192
Language:English
City:Kampala
Publisher:Makerere University Printery
Geographic terms:Uganda
Great Lakes region
Subjects:conflict
war
conflict resolution
Abstract:The contributors to this volume analyse domestic and external sources of conflict and war in Uganda and the wider Great Lakes region, as well as issues of conflict resolution. Chapters on: 1. Uganda's movementocracy experiment with special reference to the Great Lakes region (Aaron K. Kabweru Mukwaya); 2. governance and the democratization process in Uganda under the National Resistance Movement (NRM) 1986-2003 (Geoffrey B. Tukahebwa); 3. civic culture and transition to democracy (Byarugaba Foster); 4. colonial roots of conflicts (Kulumba Mohammed); 5. ethnicization of food for political power (Byaruhanga Rukooko); 6. urban crime as source of conflict: reintegrating juvenile offenders (Mathias Ssamula); 7. interest groups and conflict management: the challenges of religious organizations (Mohammed Kulumba); 8. the ideological question as source of internal conflict (Stephen K. Kananura); 9. land tenure and ethnic conflict in Uganda: the Kibaale question (Nuwagaba Augustus); 10. humanitarian assistance and refugee issues as source of conflict (Deborah Mulumba); 11. political leaders and the media, gender ideologies and identities (Joy Constance Kwesiga); 12. use and misuse of the media by the NRM government in the Great Lakes region conflicts (Fredrick Musoke); 13. Clintonsque and Clintonian policy towards the crises in the Great Lakes region (Aaron K. Kabweru Mukwaya); globalization and violence in the Great Lakes region: an overview (Elijah Dickens Mushemeza. [ASC Leiden absract]
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