Undoing Coups

The African Union and Post-coup Intervention in Madagascar

An in-depth analysis of international intervention in Madagascar following the 2009 coup, and what it means for African 'anti-coup' efforts. Les mer
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An in-depth analysis of international intervention in Madagascar following the 2009 coup, and what it means for African 'anti-coup' efforts.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction
1. Norms, Intervention, and the Making of Orders
2. Crafting an African Anti-coup Manual
3. What 'crise malgache'?
4. The Intervention Scenario
5. The Logic of Intervention
6. Reproducing Old, Legitimating New Orders
7. Politics and Power of Post-coup Interventions

Om forfatteren

Antonia Witt is a Senior Researcher at the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF), Germany. She has a background in International Relations, African Studies, and Peace and Conflict Research. Her main research interests are: international and (African) regional organizations, authority and legitimacy in the international realm, and societal effects of interventions in Africa.