The Relationship between Poverty, Conflict and Development

@article{Ikejiaku2009TheRB,
  title={The Relationship between Poverty, Conflict and Development},
  author={Brian-Vincent O Ikejiaku},
  journal={Journal of Sustainable Development},
  year={2009},
  volume={2},
  pages={15}
}
Contrary to the expectations and dreams nourished by many people that the end of the ‘Trio-Crisis Initiators’ in Africa: Colonialism (1960s) Cold War (1998) and Apartheid (1994), will bring stability and succour to the continent, however, the new era could as well be perceived as a turbulent period. This paper establishes the relationship between poverty, conflict and development (PCD) in analysing instability in the African continent. In its analysis, the paper examines several variable… Expand

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