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Maxwell Boamah Amofa

Maxwell Boamah Amofa is a dedicated and experienced legal and political professional with  profound passion for international relations, law, peace studies, human rights, and conflict  resolution. His interest is in the Law of Armed Conflicts particularly how to strategically employ International humanitarian law and human rights principles to mitigate armed  hostilities, particularly in the volatile…

Humanitarian Challenges in Gaza and Its Implications for Global Peace

Preamble The resurgence of hostilities in the Middle-East was triggered by the attack on Israel, which was perpetrated by members of the Harakat al-Muqawama al-Islamiya (Islamic Resistant Movement – Hamas) on October 7, 2023. The perpetrators had invaded some Israeli communities located in the southern border that was adjoining Gaza. During the attacks, there were…

Guerrillas and Combative: Women and the Armed Struggle in South Africa

Book: Guerrillas and Combative Mothers: Women and the Armed Struggle in South Africa Author: Prof. Siphokazi Magadla, Head of Department, Political and International Studies, Rhodes University, South Africa Discussant: Prof Jill Kelly, Associate Professor, Clements Department of History, Southern Methodist University, USA  Discussant: Dr Mxolisi Mchunu, Senior Researcher, Kwazulu-Natal Legislature, South Africa Video link:

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