Конфликты в тропической Африке: типология, причины, последствия (2017)
in: Science Journal of Volgograd State University: History - Area Studies - International Relations, Volume 22, Issue 3, p. 161-168
Since 1990s, the number of states conflicts decreased and they started saying that the classical wars disappeared but at the same time, the number of internal conflicts increased dramatically. The end of colonial regime in Africa didn't bring peace to the region - the new wave of internal conflicts and civil wars overwhelmed the region. In the given article the authors analyze political and complicated socio-economic situation in the Tropical Africa, describe the conflicts in this zone, their typology, results and factors. The authors attempt to analyze internal and external causes of conflicts in the studied region, taking into account all elements of each conflict and their interdependence. The subject of the article is the conflict as the social element presenting the important part of international reality. It is noted that the crisis in the region influences every part of economic, social, and political spheres, so the solution is not possible without structural changes. In this connection, conflicts are the logical results of regional crisis as well as uncertain activity of international society. This situation provokes the large wave of migrants from the region and inside it. The countries the Tropical Africa can't guarantee any suitable level of life for the citizens, and the situation can't be resolved without active role of international community.
Sociology & anthropology, Soziologie, Anthropologie, Peace and Conflict Research, International Conflicts, Security Policy, Sociology of Developing Countries, Developmental Sociology, Entwicklungsländersoziologie, Entwicklungssoziologie, Friedens- und Konfliktforschung, Sicherheitspolitik, multicultural society, national state, peace policy, security, political regime, conflict management, ethnic structure, security policy, politisches Regime, Friedenspolitik, Staat, Konfliktregelung, ethnische Struktur, multikulturelle Gesellschaft, Sicherheit