African Foreign Policies: Power and Process

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Gilbert M. Khadiagala, Terrence Lyons
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2001 - Political Science - 247 pages
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This comprehensive treatment of the interplay between domestic and international politics analyzes efforts by African states to manage their external relations amid seismic shifts in the internal, regional, and global environments. The authors' nuanced analysis of foreign policy issues and themes traverses the continent, identifying patterns of change, examining constraints, and giving careful attention to the processes that so powerfully influence policy outcomes.
 

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Contents

Foreign Policy Decisionmaking in Anglophone
15
New Directions in Francophone West African
41
Foreign Policy Making in the Great Lakes Region
87
The Clash Between
107
Foreign Policy Decisionmaking in Southern Africas
131
South African Foreign Policy Decisionmaking
159
External Relations of Weak States and Stateless
185
African Foreign Policy Making
207
Bibliography
217
The Contributors
233
About the Book
247
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