By Ian Taylor
Finding Africa at the worldwide degree, this ebook examines and compares exterior involvement within the continent, exploring the international regulations of significant states and foreign corporations in the direction of Africa. The members paintings inside of a political financial system framework so that it will learn how those powers have tried to stimulate democracy, peace and prosperity within the context of neo-liberal hegemony and ask whom those makes an attempt have benefited and failed.
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