Methods of Conflict Resolution in African Traditional Society

Adeyinka Theresa Ajayi & Lateef Oluwafemi Buhari (Department of History and International StudiesFaculty of Arts, Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria) African Research Review Vol. 8 (2), Serial No. 33, April, 2014:138-157 OpenAccess here. Abstract This study examined the patterns or mechanism for conflict resolution in traditional African societies with particular reference to Yoruba and IgboContinue reading “Methods of Conflict Resolution in African Traditional Society”

Are We as Area Studies Scholars Guilty of Negligence in Allowing Genocides to Happen in the Regions we Study? (2021)

Michael W. Charney (SOAS, University of London) Published by Forces for Renewal in Southeast Asia https://forsea.co/are-we-as-area-studies-scholars-guilty-of-negligence-in-allowing- genocides-to-happen-in-the-regions-we-study/ Like many, I rely on twitter to keep up to speed with current information put out by Foreign Ministries. I recently saw a tweet from the US State Dept stating that “China has committed genocide & crimes againstContinue reading “Are We as Area Studies Scholars Guilty of Negligence in Allowing Genocides to Happen in the Regions we Study? (2021)”