Journal of Political Sciences & Public Affairs

Journal of Political Sciences & Public Affairs
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Niyonkuru Fulgence

Niyonkuru Fulgence
Social Administration, University of Development Studies, Public University,

  • Research Article
    War on Terrorism in Africa: A Challenge for Regional Integration and Cooperation Organizations in Eastern and Western Africa
    Author(s): Niyonkuru FulgenceNiyonkuru Fulgence

    It has been studied that the current wave of a new form of reinforcing the terms of regional integration and cooperation have to find its roots in the real commitment to fight a common enemy, promote a common good. Contemporary regional integration organizations were formed in the aftermath of the Second World War to prevent the escalation of conflicts and focus on economic cooperation to improve trade and industry, exchange of knowledge and technology. The African regional integration was mostly formed in the early days of independence to reaffirm their integrity and sovereignty. The Rome Treaty of 1957 saw a coalition of 12 European countries to create the European Economic Community (EEC). The EEC did well prevent wars and conflicts in most European countries, brought about uncontestable steps forward towards prosperity and development of the year 1970’s. It came to its full .. View More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2332-0761.1000S1.007

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