PERSISTENCE OF THE CRISIS IN THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC: UNDERSTANDING IN ORDER TO ACT

M. BENINGA Paul-Crescent, Dr. MANGA ESSAMA Déflorine Grâce, Dr. MOGBA Zéphirin Jean Raymond, Eds.: FES, (2018)

The Central African Republic has experienced repeated sociopolitical crises since the tragic death of its founder, Barthélémy Boganda, the year before the county’s independence. Today there is a general tendency by foreign observers and analysts who are not conversant with the history of this country, to simply ignore or minimize this aspect of the political background of the CAR. This has resulted in poor understanding of the diachronic and holistic causes of the identity crises, and of the recurrent cycles of violence this country has been experiencing through the years.


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