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n Conflict Trends - Between Democracy and Terror : The Sierra Leone Civil War, edited by Ibrahim Abdullah : book review

Volume 2005, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1561-9818

Abstract

The new conflict paradigm has challenged conventional conceptions of modern warfare, characterised by an increase in the number and complexity of violent conflicts. What defines these conflicts is their intra-state nature and the most striking feature of these conflicts has been their impact on civilians, who have been both perpetrators and victims. In the background one is faced with the breakdown of the state with vast human rights abuses, abject poverty and other social ills. This was the classic case scenario in Sierra Leone.

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