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A Tale of Two Councils: Strengthening AU-UN Cooperation

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.

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But sharp disagreements have hampered cooperation of late. Practical remedies can help the bodies pursue their common mission.

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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…

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