Whose peace is it anyway? Connecting Somali and international peacemaking
Publication date: 
2010
Accord issue: 
21

Mark Bradbury and Sally Healy draw policy lessons for the future from Somali and international peacemaking explored in Accord 21. They suggest that the international community, and especially regional bodies such as IGAD and the AU need to find better ways to move the country out of its protracted crisis, using methods that are both more responsive to Somali realities and more genuinely accountable to Somali constituencies.

The international community needs to find better ways to move the country out of this protracted crisis, using methods that are both more responsive to Somali realities and more genuinely accountable to Somali constituencies.

Mark Bradbury and Sally Healy