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Author Boutellis, Arthur, author

Title A process in search of peace : lessons from the Inter-Malian Agreement / Arthur Boutellis and Marie-Joëlle Zahar
Published New York, N. Y. : International Peace Institute, 2017
©2017
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Summary "The 2015 Bamako Agreement was supposed to usher in a new era of peace and stability in Mali. However, not only has there been little progress in implementing the agreement, but the security situation remains volatile. This state of affairs is all the more troubling given the international community's mobilization in support of the Malian state. Why, in spite of this mobilization, are some warning that the peace agreement is in danger of collapse? The end of the Bamako Agreement's two-year interim period on June 20, 2017, provides an opportunity to assess progress on its implementation. This report traces the difficulties of implementing the peace agreement by placing current events in Mali in the context of past peace processes in the country and the 2014-2015 Algeria-led mediation process. It focuses in particular on six key issues that have created challenges during implementation." -- Publisher's web site
Notes "June 2017"
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject United Nations -- Peacekeeping forces -- Mali
United Nations -- Mali
United Nations.
Insurgency -- Mali
Internal security -- Mali
Peace-building -- Mali
Political stability -- Mali
Tuaregs -- Mali
Insurgency.
Internal security.
Peace-building.
Peacekeeping forces.
Political stability.
Tuaregs.
Mali.
Form Electronic book
Author Zahar, Marie-Joëlle, 1964- author
International Peace Institute, issuing body
Other Titles Lessons from the Inter-Malian Agreement