Peace at last? Appraisal of the Addis Ababa Peace and Security Cooperation Framework and the United Nations Security Council Resolution 2098 for the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Peace at last? Appraisal of the Addis Ababa Peace and Security Cooperation Framework and the United Nations Security Council Resolution 2098 for the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Author: 
Koko, Sadiki
Publisher: 
ACCORD
Date published: 
2013
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Journal Title: 
African Journal on Conflict Resolution
Source: 
African Journal on Conflict Resolution, Vol. 13, No. 2, 2013, pp. 59-86
Abstract: 

This paper talks about the Addis Ababa Peace and Security Cooperation Framework signed in February 2013 by the DRC and other stakeholders in the Great Lakes region in response to the seizure of Goma by the Mouvement du 23 Mars rebellion in November 2012. It also looks at the UN Security Council Resolution which was adopted following the signing of the Framework and argues that despite the shortcomings the two policy documents may harbor, they have the potential to further the goal of peace and stability in the region.

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CITATION: Koko, Sadiki. Peace at last? Appraisal of the Addis Ababa Peace and Security Cooperation Framework and the United Nations Security Council Resolution 2098 for the Democratic Republic of the Congo . : ACCORD , 2013. African Journal on Conflict Resolution, Vol. 13, No. 2, 2013, pp. 59-86 - Available at: http://library.au.int/peace-last-appraisal-addis-ababa-peace-and-security-cooperation-framework-and-united-nations-3