Africa at the Millennium: An Agenda for Mature Development

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Bakut tswah Bakut, Sagarika Dutt
Palgrave Macmillan, 2000 - Business & Economics - 294 pages
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This book is aimed at providing a framework for African issues in the 21st century. Apart from its African-centered approach, it argues that previously marginalized areas of research require in-depth study. It also introduces new areas of interest absent in existing works. The book pays particular attention to the relative success of African countries and regions in their attempt to find solutions to Africa's problems and the changing role in African states in international relations.

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Bakut tswah Bakut is Director of the Nottingham Trent University African Studies Group.

Sagarika Dutt is a Lecturer in International Relations at the Nottingham Trent University.

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