Power, Wealth and Global Equity: An International Relations Textbook for Africa

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Juta and Company Ltd, Feb 1, 2007 - Political Science - 442 pages
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This textbook on power, wealth, global order, and international relations is designed for students taking introductory courses in international relations and African studies. Challenging the intellectual domination of the north, this book shows what the world and its patterns of power, wealth, and privilege look like from an African perspective of transborder political and economic interaction in today’s world. Students are empowered to become active players on the global stage and to contribute to changing these structures and institutions for the better. Up-to-date advice is provided on how to use the Internet and how to pursue careers in international relations. A glossary, list of acronyms, bibliography, index, maps, and biographies of important people mentioned in the text are also included.
 

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The book offers much needed understanding on the historical background leading to the colonisation of Africa.

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Patrick J. McGowan divides his time between the graduate school of business administration at the University of the Witwatersrand and the department of political science at Arizona State University. Philip Nel is a professor of political science at the University of Stellenbosch, where he runs the international studies program.

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