The International Relations of Sub-Saharan Africa Hardback
by Ian Taylor
This title examines Sub-Saharan Africa's relations with states such as the US, India, China, the EU, and Britain as well as with non-state actors. "The International Relations of Sub-Saharan Africa" is an in-depth examination Africa's place in global politics.
The book provides a comprehensive and critical appraisal of the ways in which peace, prosperity, and democracy are being advanced (or restricted) by the activities of the great powers in Africa, including non-state actors, as well as who benefits from these policies and who does not.
The book is a needed comparative study of the role of great powers and 'new' actors such as China and India in Africa within the wider context of neo-liberal hegemony.
It fills a gap in the literature and will be of interest to any student of the continent.
Its focus on external actors contributes to providing a fuller picture of Africa's place in the global political economy and how the continent interacts with the rest of the world.
This is an essential work for anyone researching issues in international relations, comparative foreign policies, and African politics.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 224 pages, Illustrations
- Publisher: Continuum Publishing Corporation
- Publication Date: 13/05/2010
- Category: Globalization
- ISBN: 9780826434906
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