Since 2002, when the African Union was founded, its Peace and Security Council has worked closely with the UN Security Council to resolve the continent’s multiple conflicts.
But sharp disagreements have hampered cooperation of late. Practical remedies can help the bodies pursue their common mission.
- What’s new?
Both African Union (AU) and UN leadership have made deepening the AU-UN partnership a priority.
But while increased cooperation between the UN Security Council and the AU Peace and Security Council (PSC) should be at the centre of this effort, internal challenges and…