Bruno  Charbonneau Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Bruno Charbonneau

I work on the international politics of peace and conflict interventions in Africa, notably West Africa.



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International Peacekeeping

The Politics of Peacekeeping Interventions in Africa

Published: Nov 24, 2015 by International Peacekeeping
Authors: Bruno Charbonneau

Review Article

Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding

Fighting for Liberal Peace in Mali? The Limits of International Military Interve

Published: Nov 10, 2014 by Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding
Authors: Bruno Charbonneau and Jon Sears

The January 2013 French military intervention in Mali exposed the rising threat of ‘terrorist’ and illicit networks in the Sahel, but more importantly the intertwined limits of Malian politics and of the international politics of African conflict management.

International Peacekeeping

War and Peace in Côte d'Ivoire: Violence, Agency, and Local/International Line

Published: Nov 08, 2012 by International Peacekeeping
Authors: Bruno Charbonneau

Violence in the context of international peace interventions is rarely problematized.

International Peacekeeping

What Is So Special about the European Union? EU–UN Cooperation in Crisis Managem

Published: Oct 09, 2009 by International Peacekeeping
Authors: Bruno Charbonneau

This article analyses the ways in which rapidly emerging narratives of EU–UN cooperation in military crisis management are rewriting and re-authorizing European practices of military intervention in Africa.

Modern and Contemporary France

Dreams of Empire: France, Europe, and the New Interventionism in Africa

Published: Nov 12, 2008 by Modern and Contemporary France
Authors: Bruno Charbonneau

This paper argues that European cooperation in the management of African crises is not inherently more legitimate than previous unilateral forms of intervention.