Postwar Sierra Leone : are programs of reconstruction addressing the causes of war?

@inproceedings{Thompson2010PostwarSL,
  title={Postwar Sierra Leone : are programs of reconstruction addressing the causes of war?},
  author={Thompson and Lovetta Anita},
  year={2010}
}
POSTWAR SIERRA LEONE: ARE PROGRAMS OF RECONSTRUCTION ADDRESSING THE CAUSES OF THE WAR? Lovetta A. Thompson June 10,2010 This multilayered study is an appraisal of some of the ongoing post-conflict reconstruction efforts in Sierra Leone in light of the causes of the conflict, which lasted from 1991-2002. It begins by providing a critical examination of the historical antecedents leading up to the war. The problems of colonialism which brought together different nationalities under one political… CONTINUE READING

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