Efficacité de la diplomatie en période précoloniale et règlementation des conflits Rwando-Congolais : Essai des pistes de solution - CSN

Efficacité de la diplomatie en période précoloniale et règlementation des conflits Rwando-Congolais : Essai des pistes de solution

Publication Date : 15/01/2024

DOI: 10.59228/rcst.023.v2.i4.59


Author(s) :

Lisimo Alingi Agustin, Bavua Siméon Eastone.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 2
,
Issue 4
(01 - 2024)



Abstract :

The practices of the diplomacy are older than the colonial penetration in Africa, particularly in Democratic Republic of Congo. They appeared through the great sets in particular the empires and the kingdoms.These practices were remarkable in the friendly relations of the empires Lunda, Luba and of the kingdoms Kongo and Kuba to quote only these. They were in the center of a whole network of the diplomatic relations. Thus, pharaonic Egypt, according to Edmond Jouves, did not live in closed mud. It maintained the relationship with other States. In same optics Ramses II and the King of Hittites signed the treaty known in the past under the name of Perle. How did diplomatic mechanisms influence the management of tensions between these two entities before colonization? This is the main question? The object of our study is explained by the existence of the elements of the diplomacy in preetatic period, so that in the event of effectiveness, they can constitute a plate of the modern diplomacy related to the regulation of the conflicts interetatic. We chose the historical method which will be supplemented by the documentary technique. In Africa, before colonization, the empires and the kingdoms were preetatic politico-administrative entities marked by the dialogue, the negotiation, the mediation, barters and even by the civil war enter them to the case of non-observance of the concluded rules. Therefore, we questioned ourselves on the past for better including/understanding the present and arming themselves for facing the future well


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