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APSAAmerican Political Science Association
APSAAfrican Peace and Security Architecture (African Union)
APSAAirline Pilots' Security Alliance
APSAAmerican Pediatric Surgical Association
APSAAsia Pacific Screen Academy (Australia)
APSAArizona Private School Association (Phoenix, AZ)
APSAAdvanced Photovoltaic Solar Array
APSAAsia and Pacific Seed Association
APSAAbove Ground Petroleum Storage Act (California)
APSAASEAN Petroleum Security Agreement
APSAAmerican Planning Student Association (California)
APSAAsian Pacific Student Association
APSAA Production Sharing Agreement (resource contract)
APSAAustralian Peak Shippers Association
APSAAsian Pacific Student Alliance
APSAAutomotive Parts & Services Association (Austin, TX)
APSAAutomotive Parts and Service Alliance (formerly Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association and the Automotive Warehouse Distributors Association)
APSAAerospace Professional Staff Association
APSAAdult Protective Services Act
APSAAmerican Polypay Sheep Association
APSAAmmunition Procurement Supply Agency
APSAAnalysis of Product Support Alternatives (US Army)
APSAAceros Prefabricados Sociedad Anónima (Spanish, Guatemala)
APSAAustralian Professional Selling Association
APSAAnimal Protection Society Albox (Almería, Spain)
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It is a key element of the African Peace and Security Architecture, which is the umbrella term for the main AU mechanisms for promoting peace, security and stability in Africa
It is a key element of the African Peace and Security Architecture (APSA), which is the umbrella term for the main AU mechanisms for promoting peace, security and stability in Africa.
He added that should the need arise for the defence forces of the two countries to be deployed in peace keeping operations, they would be prepared and inter-operable under the auspices of African Peace and Security Architecture (APSA).
class="MsoNormalThese tools have become key features of the African peace and security architecture. The AU and regional economic communities, including the East African Community, have established infrastructures that support these tools.
The African Peace and Security Architecture (APSA), is the African Union's blue print for the promotion of peace, security and stability in Africa.
Collective security features prominently in the African Peace and Security Architecture (APSA).
There is one particular project which Ehtiopia is expected to nudge forward -- the African Peace and Security Architecture -- the main plank of which is a rapid reaction force based in Addis Ababa.
A joint communique released after the 8th meeting of the two Commissions in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia today underlined their commitment to continue to cooperate towards the operationalisation of the African Peace and Security Architecture and the fight against terrorism.
The African peace and security architecture is an African Union initiative that aims to consolidate peace and security efforts on the continent .
The ASF is a core element of the African Peace and Security Architecture (APSA) which aims to "provide the Peace and Security Council with the ability to conduct multidimensional interventions, as a measure of last resort, across a range of conflict scenarios".
The author analyzes the emerging framework of peace and security cooperation in Africa, focusing on the efforts of the African Union to establish the African Peace and Security Architecture. He offers a constructivist approach to interpreting the dynamics of contemporary African security cooperation that focuses on the role of ideational factors such as historical experiences, common aspirations, ideologies like Pan-Africanism, concepts like the African Renaissance, and processes like norm diffusion in order to answer two fundamental research issues: why Africa's states have chosen to intensify their cooperation in the field of peace and security over the last decade and the structure, role, and current state of the African Union's new institutions and mechanisms.
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