Subnationalism in Africa: Ethnicity, Alliances, and Politics
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2004 - Africa - 279 pages
This examination of the politics of ethnicity and nation-building in Africa stresses the trend towards subnationalist autonomy and away from a singular, state-centric system based on the Western model. Forrest ranges across the continent to explore a variety of subnational movements.
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