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The Rationales behind the EAC Members’ Response to the Burundi Crisis

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The crisis in Burundi has exposed regional divisions and underlined the lack of dependable behaviors and common norms among EAC members. Nkurunziza’s internationally uncontested bid for a third term risks reproduction in neighboring countries while refugee flows increase interstate tensions, undermining hopes for greater regional security cooperation in the future.

Please click here to read this publication.  This paper was first published in Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Volume 17, Number 1, Winter/Spring 2016, pp. 69-78.

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