Joschka Havenith is a researcher and analyst focusing on governance, statehood, and intrastate conflicts in Africa.

Peacebuilding in Congo | October 18, 2013

Why Peacebuilding in Eastern Congo Often Goes Wrong, and Why It Is So Hard to Get Right

Why is building peace in a context such as the Congolese conflicts so hard?  Despite many efforts, including the presence of the largest United Nations peacekeeping mission, international treaties, and peace talks, peacebuilding in eastern Congo has become a difficult task with a myriad of complexities. Havenith and Vogel seek to understand these challenges.

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United Nations tent on DR Congo border with Rwanda | Photo Credit to Flickr user noodlepie