Bonny Ibhawoh, associate professor at McMaster University, describes how a lack of international action in post-Gadhafi Libya has exacerbated the conflict in Mali.
Bonny Ibhawoh (M.A. Ibadan; Ph.D Dalhousie) teaches African History and Global History in the Department of History and is the Director of the Centre for Peace Studies at McMaster University. He also teaches in the Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition and is an Adjunct Faculty in Social Justice and Equity Studies at Brock University where he teaches human rights. Previously, he was professor of History at Brock University, professor of Political Science at University of North Carolina at Asheville; Human Rights Fellow at the Carnegie Council for Ethics and International Affairs, New York; Research Fellow at the Danish Institute for Human Rights, Copenhagen and Associate Member of the Centre for African Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. He has also taught at Ambrose Alli University, Nigeria.
South Sudan, the world’s newest country, faces a legacy of violence and dysfunction.