African Foreign Policy and Diplomacy from Antiquity to the 21st Century, Volume 1

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ABC-CLIO, 2010 - History - 531 pages
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This book offers a continent-wide examination of Africa's foreign policy and diplomacy, addressing the relevance of its many languages, precolonial history, traditional value systems, and previous international relationships.


* Presents an exhaustive assessment of all the African nations and their international relations from the perspective of African history and the continent's traditions of statecraft

* Contains fascinating information regarding Africa's natural resource base, its status as the "Cradle of Humankind," descriptions of Africa as ''The Dark Continent," Africa's paradoxes, and the reasons for Africa's isolation, exploitation, impoverishment, and marginalization

* Six charts provide handy reference to topics such as territories and regions adjacent to Africa in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, dates of independence, status, and leaders of African countries at independence and now, and years of political independence of Sub-Saharan African countries

* Includes six useful maps, including a world map and physical, historical, colonial, regional and political maps of Africa

 

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Contents

VOLUME 2
173
Appendix
499
Abbreviations
511

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About the author (2010)

Daniel Don Nanjira, PhD, is adjunct associate professor of international and public affairs at Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs, New York City, NY.

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