L'internationalisation des accords de paix face aux nouveaux conflits armés en Afrique : esquisse d'un modèle de reconstruction des Etats en crise

Abstract : The latest armed conflicts in Africa are generally local, though potentially international or internationalised, white the internationalisation of their resolution naturally impacts on the proposed models of reconstruction. Peace agreements have become the vector, if not the very expression, of this internationalisation, white still acting as instruments of the reconstruction of the national pact. The basic premise of the ensuing model of internationalised reconstruction is the implementation of an internationalised rule of law that will act as a point ofreference while relying on the international criminaljustice system. This model is mostly theoretical in the panel of countries under study. Yet it is also the only perfectible solution in a world based on such antagonistic interests, and porous norms and legal orders leading to the erosion of the standard model of state. As part of these peace processes, international order thus supports failing states to restore them while imposing a way out of the crisis.
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Robert Tshilombo Kalolo. L'internationalisation des accords de paix face aux nouveaux conflits armés en Afrique : esquisse d'un modèle de reconstruction des Etats en crise. Droit. Université de Lorraine, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014LORR0317⟩. ⟨tel-01751627⟩

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