African Institutions in a Changing Regional and Global Security Environment

The fifteenth annual IPI New York Seminar took place at the Thayer Hotel at West Point on the campus of the United States Military Academy on April 28-30, 2010. The seminar explored the evolving relationship between the United Nations and African institutions, including the African Union and subregional organizations, in developing a new peace and security architecture, and highlighted reasons for hope and optimism despite entrenched problems in certain areas of the continent.

This meeting note summarizes the main themes and observations of these discussions, which were held under the Chatham House Rule, and provides further background on recent institutional developments.

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