Breaking Up a Monolithic State: Reflections of Unarmed Ghanaian Military Observers in Kosovo and BosniaProgram on States and Security (2011)
AbstractWhat this paper seeks to do is to analyze the personal experiences and contributions of Ghanaian military observers under UNPROFOR as an alternative to general media and official UN reports. It gives important insights into the role of military observers, with a view to drawing out important lessons for filling the knowledge gaps with respect to peace building and state building. The analysis is based on multiple faceto-face narratives drawn from interviews with four Ghanaian military officers posted as military observers to the Bosnian conflict between 1993 and 1995.
- military observers,
- field reports,
- bosnian conflict
Citation InformationFiifi Ed-Afful, Evelyn Avoxe and Emmanuel Kwesi Aning. "Breaking Up a Monolithic State: Reflections of Unarmed Ghanaian Military Observers in Kosovo and Bosnia" Program on States and Security (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/kwesi_aning/28/