Gwinea – państwo po juncie

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Marta Zobeniak

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After decades of inefficient governance and misuse of authority, the Guinean armed forces are a potential source of instability which could still throw the state (and the region) into chaos. If not reformed thoroughly, they will continue to pose a threat to a democratic civilian rule. The establishment of a transitional government and the ongoing electoral process are a significant opportunity. The objective of the reform process is to establish a much smaller force, accountable to civilians and capable of meeting the country’s security needs. The suspension of the second round of the presidential elections has heightened tension. Fears remained that if the election is not completed successfully, it may seize the opportunity to intervene again. This would be a major setback to any prospect of medium-term reform, which requires respect for civilian rule and oversight.

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Zobeniak, M. (2018). Gwinea – państwo po juncie. Refleksje. Pismo Naukowe studentów I doktorantów WNPiD UAM, (5), 141-157. https://doi.org/10.14746/r.2012.5.9
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Marta Zobeniak, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu

ur. 29.07.1985 roku w Bydgoszczy, jest absolwentką politologii i stosunków międzynarodowych, doktorantką na Wydziale Nauk Politycznych i Dziennikarstwa Uniwersytetu im. Adama Mickiewicza (Zakład Najnowszej Historii Politycznej), członkinią Stowarzyszenia Ośrodek Badań i Edukacji Europejskiej w Poznaniu i Polskiego Towarzystwa Studiów Międzynarodowych. Jej zainteresowania naukowe koncentrują się w obrębie polityki międzynarodowej i współczesnych stosunków międzynarodowych, ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem problematyki europejskiej.

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