After the War – Political solutions tot he conflicts in the Sahel region

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Globalisation has deeply shaped the contemporary world, affecting both its economic development and its political dynamics. Without doubt, the exponential spread of traditional media and social networks increased the openness of societies across the globe to democracy and to its mechanisms of participation.

bgIn this ever-changing context, Nation-States, international organizations and civil society movements, are still absolutely engaged in issues relating to ethnic minorities and respect of their civil, political, economic and social rights.

Today more than ever, these issues overcome national borders and become problems of international, or at least, regional, interest.

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„Building an Actionable Knowledge Base for Dealing with the Sahel Region and its Particular Challenges“ 
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International Relations and Security Network (ISN),Center for Security Studies (CSS)
 August 2013, ETH Zürich http://www.isn.ethz.ch/Digital-Library/Publications/Detail/?id=167757&lng=en