Dreams of Power: The Role of the Organization of African Unity in the Politics of Africa, 1963-1993
This study provides a systematic reconstruction of the OAU's ideological groundwork. It explores the OAU's role in the political psychology of the state's elites, the OAU's internal functioning, conflict management, and the OAU's role in representing collective African viewpoints on a global stage.
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Introduction methodology and theoretical perspectives
domestic conditions foreign policy
Some historical and ideological perspectives
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