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Africa in world politics : a Pan-African perspective

Author: Guy Martin
Publisher: Trenton, NJ ; Asmara, Eritrea : Africa World Press, ©2002.
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"This book reviews the various ideologies and policies that independent African states have used to enhance their power and status in the world through a range of political, security, and economic strategies of inter-African cooperation and integration. Against the background of the ideology of Eurafrica, which informs Europe's and France's evolving relationship with Africa, the author assesses the prospects of the  Read more...
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Martin, Guy, 1945-
Africa in world politics.
Trenton, NJ ; Asmara, Eritrea : Africa World Press, c2002
(OCoLC)606759139
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Guy Martin
ISBN: 0865438579 9780865438576 0865438587 9780865438583
OCLC Number: 43919619
Description: xxvi, 311 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Africa and the Ideology of EurAfrica: Neo-Colonialism or Pan-Africanism? --
Ch. 2. The European Union and Africa: The Lome Convention/Cotonou Agreement into the 21st Century --
Ch. 3. Continuity and Change in Franco-African Relations --
Ch. 4. France's African Policy in Transition: Disengagement and Redeployment --
Ch. 5. The Theory and Practice of Non-Alignment: The Case of the Francophone African States --
Ch. 6. African Regional Cooperation and Integration --
Ch. 7. Conflict and Conflict Resolution in Africa --
Ch. 8. International Solidarity and Cooperation in Assistance to African Refugees --
Ch. 9. The African Nation-State in Crisis: Alternative Frameworks for Regional Governance
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"This book reviews the various ideologies and policies that independent African states have used to enhance their power and status in the world through a range of political, security, and economic strategies of inter-African cooperation and integration. Against the background of the ideology of Eurafrica, which informs Europe's and France's evolving relationship with Africa, the author assesses the prospects of the counter-ideology of Pan-Africanism. Africa's economic, political, cultural, and geostratic relations with Europe - within the framework of the successive Lome Convention - and with France - within the framework of the La Francophone and Franco-African cooperation system - are thoroughly examined."--BOOK JACKET.

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