African engagements: on whose terms? Africa negotiating an emerging multipolar world

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African engagements: on whose terms? Africa negotiating an emerging multipolar world

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Title: African engagements: on whose terms? Africa negotiating an emerging multipolar world
Author: Dietz, A.J.Havnevik, K.Kaag, M.M.A.Oestigaard, T.
Journal Title: African-Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies
Start Page: 1
End Page: 32
Pages: 32
Publisher: Brill
Issue Date: 2011
Keywords: Africa
Abstract: This collective volume explores the ways in which Africa's engagements with an increasingly multipolar world are being reshaped, and, on whose terms. Ch. 2-7 examine new trends in Africa. Ch. 8-13 address the forces, in particular interventions by China, India and the US, that are framing the new global multipolarity and the way multipolarity is being played out. Ch. 14-16 focus on the potential for Africa and Africans to fill the political and economic space that is emerging. Contributions by Ton Dietz, Kjell Havnevik, Mayke Kaag & Terje Oestigaard; Samuel Teshale Derbe;Peer Schouten; Bram Büscher; Sandra Evers, Perrine Burnod, Andrianirina Ratsialonana Rivo & Andre' Teyssier; Wiebe Nauta; Mohamed Salih; Sanne van der Lugt; Gorm Rye Olsen; Liu Haifang & Jamie Monson; Antony Otieno Ong'ayo; Simona Vittorini & David Harris; Peter J. Schraeder; Lloyd G.A. Amoah; Lawrence Ogbo Ugwuanyi; Stephen Ellis. [ASC Leiden abstract]
Uri: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/21982
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/21982
 

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