What determines the outcome for rebels in contemporary African civil wars? How are "victory" and "defeat" measured? Is there any connection between a rebel group's organization and its fate? What implications do the answers to these questions have for policymakers concerned with ongoing armed conflicts? Addressing these issues and more, Christopher Day explores the relationship between rebel groups and regime politics in Africa.
- Exploring the Fates of African Rebels.
- A Theory of Rebel Fates.
- Multiple Fates: Rebel Groups in Uganda.
- The Fates of Insiders: Rebel Groups in Sudan and Côte d’Ivoire.
- The Fates of Outsiders: Rebel Groups in Sierra Leone and Central African Republic.
- Beyond Rebel Fates.