Published online: 21 June 2021
Final submission: 7 July 2020
Printed issue: December 2021
Author: Wioleta Gierszewska
E-mail: wioleta.gierszewska@ug.edu.pl
Institution: University of Gdańsk (Poland)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5024-9379
Author: Benjamin Mudaheranwa
E-mail: benothmar@gmail.com
Institution: Christian University of Rwanda (Rwanda)
Source: Show
Page no: 10
Pages: 109-118
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/ppsy202115
PDF: ppsy/50/ppsy202115.pdf

This article aims to indicate the sources of problems in the field of governance and politics in the African Great Lakes Region. The countries of this region play an essential role in the global socio-political and economic system. Their development is hampered by numerous external and internal conflicts resulting from both the historical and contemporary problems of the countries. Colonialism had a major impact on the development of African countries. It manifested itself, among other things, in the spread of political domination. Adopting state management patterns from European culture and attempt to transplant them on African ground without understanding local cultural conditions contributed too much post-colonial fresh and modern conflict. Examples of this are failures to establish liberal democracy and its crises in the African Great Lakes Region.

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