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    Title: Case study of mediation in Kenya's 2007 post-election crisis
    Other Titles: 調停研究-以肯亞後選舉危機為例(2007-2008)
    Authors: 歐納佳;Onadja, Samuel T.
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士班
    李大中;Lee, Da-jung
    Keywords: 肯亞;調停;mediation;African conflict resolution;Kenya;Post election crisits
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:42:36 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 這個論斷是為了掌握的關鍵因素調解成功的政治危機爆發後,在肯尼亞2007年12月的總統選舉。調解是由前聯合國秘書長安南和面板的非洲知名人士,誰接手的調解努力的初步嘗試後,使爭執雙方回到談判桌失敗。的調解努力的領導下,科菲安南持續41天,並最終分享權力的協議,建立了總理位置的反對派領導人奧廷加和分裂的內閣職位之間的ODM和PNU。 的關鍵因素成功的調解,包括個人常設首席調解人科菲安南和他管理的方式調解過程中,以及大力支持和壓力產生於美國和歐洲聯盟參與誰在一開始就危機和整個調解過程。權力分享協議敲定安南結束了政治危機,威脅到整個地區不穩定。
    This thesis is an attempt to capture the key factors of the mediation success in the political crisis that erupted in Kenya following the December 2007 presidential elections. The mediation was conducted by former United nations Secretary General Kofi Annan and a panel of eminent African personalities, who took over the mediation efforts after initial attempts to bring the feuding parties to the negotiating table failed. The mediation efforts, under the leadership of Kofi Annan lasted 41 days and culminated in a power-sharing deal that created a position of Prime Minister for the opposition leader Raila Odinga and split cabinet positions between ODM and PNU. The key factors of the mediation success include the personal standing of the chief mediator Kofi Annan and the way he managed the mediation process as well as the overwhelming support and pressure that emanated from the United States and the European Union who were involved at the outset of the crisis and throughout the whole mediation process. The power-sharing deal hammered out by Annan brought an end to the political crisis that threatened to destabilize the entire region.
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