Africa in World Politics: A Pan-African Perspective

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Africa World Press, 2002 - 311 pages
This book examines the key aspects of Africa's external relations and reviews the various political, security and economic strategies through which independent African states have tried to enhance their power and status in the world. The author analyses the ideology of Eurafrica, as well as Europe's evolving relationship with Africa, while also assessing the prospects for African regional integration in the context of Pan-Africanism.
 

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Contents

Chapter
1
Chapter
8
Chapter 2
23
Chapter 3
55
Chapter 4
83
Chapter 6
123
Chapter 7
185
International Solidarity and Coooperation
209
Chapter 9
245
Chapter 10
267
Bibliography
283
Index
301
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Guy Martin was recently a visiting professor at New York University. He also served as a visiting associate professor of government and foreign affairs at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. He previously taught African politics and international relations both in Africa and in the United States. In 1990-91, he launched the Africa Program at the International Peace Academy. He has also published widely on African politics and international relations, notably in The Journal of Modern African Studies, African Development, Afrique 2000, Geneve-Afrique, and Ufahamu.

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