La France dans les opérations de paix en Afrique noire depuis la chute du mur de Berlin : acteurs et prises de décision

Abstract : France has always played a role in peace operations in Black Africa, especially since the fall of the Berlin Wall with the emergence of new intrastate conflicts that require not only the traditional players but also new actors with new skills to restore peace and security in societies marked by conflict. However, its involvement in peacekeeping operations is often subject to various unclear critics as interference in internal affairs, excess burrs, illegality back neocolonialism, due to the absence of a coherent policy of collaboration with other actors who perform on the field. Therefore, the research focuses on French peace operations, the actors of French international relations participating in peacekeeping operations, and finally, on understanding the interactions decision at each operation. This is to highlight the specific political practices, different strategies of the actors, power relations and issues of power that underlie decision making in France as part of peacekeeping operations.
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Willy N'Djali Luswanga. La France dans les opérations de paix en Afrique noire depuis la chute du mur de Berlin : acteurs et prises de décision. Science politique. Université de Lorraine, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015LORR0217⟩. ⟨tel-01754533⟩

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