Medhane Tadesse is academic specialist on peace and security issues in Africa. He has written widely and on a variety of subjects. He is a frequent commentator, and author of books and academic papers. He wrote hundreds of briefing papers, articles,policy memos and commentaries on regional peace and security issues. He served as a consultant to several African governments, political and armed groups, international and intergovernmental organizations and sits on the board of directors of several security-related regional organizations. He is,among others, a Senior Security Sector Reform/SSR/ Advisor to the African Union;a Visiting Professor at School of Global Studies,African Leadership Center,Kings College London.
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