Africa in International Politics: External Involvement on the Continent

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Ian Taylor, Paul Williams
Routledge, Feb 24, 2004 - Political Science - 240 pages
Introduction : understanding Africa's place in world politics / Ian Taylor and Paul Williams -- The contending currents in United States involvement in Sub-Saharan Africa / James J. Hentz -- Britain and Africa after the Cold War : beyond damage limitation? / Paul Williams -- France's policy towards Africa : continuity or change? / Daniela Kroslak -- The "all-weather friend"? : Sino-African interaction in the twenty-first century / Ian Taylor -- Russia and Africa : moving in the right direction? / Vladimir Shubin -- Japan-Africa relations : patterns and prospects / Scarlett Cornelissen -- Canada and Africa : activist aspirations in straitened circumstances / David Black -- the European Union's external relations with Africa after the Cold War : aspects of continuity and change / Stephen R. Hurt -- The international financial institutions' relations with Africa : insights from the issue of representation and voice / Caroline Thomas -- From Congo to Congo : United Nations peacekeeping in Africa / Adekeye Adebajo.

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Ian Taylor is a senior lecturer in African politics at the University of Botswana and a visiting research fellow in the Department of Political Science, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. Paul Williams is a lecturer in security studies at the University of Birmingham, UK.