Mwayila Tshiyembe

Tshiyembe Mwayila

Director of the Institut panafricain de géopolitique, Nancy

Biographie de Tshiyembe Mwayila

Director of the Institut panafricain de géopolitique, Nancy

Ses articles

WHAT PEACE AND WHAT SECURITY IN AFRICA?

n°49 Fourth Quarter 2013

When our book L’Afrique face à ses problèmes de sécurité de défense,•1  was published, the approach to African security was structured around the East-West dialectic in which Africa was simultaneously the object and the scene of its strategic problems...

Analysis of armed conflicts in Africa

n°46 First Quarter 2013

The armed conflicts in question are in actual fact armed conflicts within states, collectively termed secessions or rebellions. Over the last decades these have been analysed by international relations specialists using three paradigms: geo-economy, ethnic identity, and cold war.

THE PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN EUROPE AND AFRICA: AN AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE

n°41 Fourth Quarter 2011

Still in its infancy, the debate on the partnership between Europe and Africa has come up against the stumbling block of the Economic Partnership Agreements (EPA),

The African Union seven years on: Progress report and future prospects

n°36 January-February 2010

It is already seven years since the African Union (AU) was christened1. It is neither too early nor too late to draw up a balance sheet and determine the outlook for the organisation. We propose to do this in the light of the stated ambition of the Constitutive Act of the African Union, of the reconfigured institutional powers, of the government of the Union and the challenge of the United States of Africa and finally of the impact of globalisation on the Union.