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Title:Revisiting Uganda's peacekeeping role in Liberia (1994-1995)
Author:Apuuli, Kasaija PhillipISNI
Year:2013
Periodical:East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights (ISSN 1021-8858)
Volume:19
Issue:2
Pages:436-450
Language:English
Geographic terms:Uganda
Liberia
Subjects:African peacekeeping forces
peacekeeping operations
Abstract:Between 1994 and 1995, Ugandan troops served in the Economic Community Military Cease-fire Monitoring Group (ECOMOG) established by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to carry out peacekeeping operations in Liberia. The motivation for Uganda's involvement in ECOMOG was partly rooted in President Museveni's belief that Africa should find solutions to her own problems - a philosophy enshrined in the outcome document of the Conference for Security, Stability, Development and Cooperation in Africa (CSSDCA) held in Kampala in 1991. In the end, Uganda's participation in the ECOMOG mission faced so many challenges that the country was forced to withdraw from it in July 1995. Notes, ref., sum. [Journal abstract]
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