3 edition of Political warfare in sub-Saharan Africa found in the catalog.
Political warfare in sub-Saharan Africa
Donovan C. Chau
by Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College in [Carlisle Barracks, PA]
Written in English
|Other titles||U.S. capabilities and Chinese operations in Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa|
|Statement||Donovan C. Chau.|
|Contributions||Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute.|
|LC Classifications||U413.A66 C43 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 75 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||2007395028|
"With the end of the cold war, Africa has lost whatever political luster it may have once had," Michael Chege, a Kenyan political scientist working in Zimbabwe, wrote recently in the journal. In sub-Saharan Africa, 68% of children from poor families lack education, compared to only 13% from rich families. 31 This is generally due to the rich families’ access to privatized schools, which are overall better than the public school system, which is chronically underfunded and lacks qualified teachers. Research found that in seven SSA.
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Political Warfare in Sub-Saharan Africa: U.S. Capabilities and Chinese Operations in Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa - War College Series Paperback – Febru by Donovan C.
Chau (Author)Cited by: 6. "Political Warfare in Sub-Saharan Africa: U.S. Capabilities and Chinese" by Donovan Political warfare in sub-Saharan Africa book. Chau Dr. Domestic and international terrorism aside, the United States and the People’s Republic of China (PRC), are vying for influence over African governments and by: 6.
The two main arguments in the book are to contest the reduction of African civil wars to ethnic conflicts, and to point out the emergence of civil wars as the result of political struggles.
The construction of Africa as the "other" has entailed that factors commonly used to explain war elsewhere have been neglected in Sub-Saharan Africa. The region is barely a footnote in most American political theory and grand strategy books from Samuel Huntington to John Mearsheimer to Paul Miller.
When sub-Saharan Africa is mentioned, it is only to highlight the partnerships with African countries against violent extremism, and in the highest-level strategy documents, sub-Saharan Africa’s future market potential. Since the end of the s the most important political development in Sub-Saharan Africa has been the movement towards democracy.
This is something that has affected nearly all the countries in the region in varying by: The book examines, among other issues, the emergence of civil war as a result of political struggles.
The construction of Africa as the 'other' has meant that factors commonly used to explain war. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Political opposition and democracy in sub-Saharan Africa / Emil Uddhammar, Elliott Green, Johanna Soderstrom --The ANC and power concentration in South Africa: does local democracy allow for power-sharing?/ Ragnhild Louise Muriaas --Decentralization and political opposition in.
This book provides the first comprehensive overview of the history of democracy in Africa and explains why the continent's democratic experiments have so.
Before colonialism, sub-Saharan Africa was a subsistence economy; because of colonialism it became a monetized economy. Before colonialism, there were only bush back roads through which men trekked with goods on their backs.
During colonialism roads were built. In pre-colonial times the absence of public security made investment in Africa too. the deep political instability that often accompanied independence.
Violence and coercion became a common means of changing power. Coups, counter-coups, and aborted coups littered the political landscape on the continent. The post-Cold War period witnessed several positive changes with respect to democratization in Africa. The transition from war to peace in sub-Saharan Africa (English) Abstract.
The convergence of a decade of economic deterioration with the end of the cold war has created a climate in which a growing number of African governments, whether emerging from internal conflict or at peace, are exploring ways to address persistent poverty. Making Markets Work for Africa Markets, Development, and Competition Law in Sub-Saharan Africa Eleanor M.
Fox and Mor Bakhoum. Describes markets, market power, and the law that controls market power in countries in sub-Saharan Africa, and how that power can be controlled, in clear language and compelling narrative that combines law, economics, and social and political policy.
Anaele  has depicted the condition of Sub-Saharan Africa as where the persistence of government-inflicted tragedies have caused avoidable mass poverty, illiteracy, low political culture. The book is a 'must read' for those who shape development policies and political economists alike.’ David K.
Leonard - Retired Dean and Professor, University of California, Berkeley 'This book gives us a detailed and comprehensive bridge between theory and practice.
A quarter-century after sub-Saharan Africa experienced an upsurge of democracy, a different and more complicated political era has dawned.
The. However, the inefficiencies, corruption and unhealthy bureaucratic challenges that accompany this have led urgent problems, which will be thoroughly explored in this book. The Political Economy of Energy in Sub-Saharan Africa will be of interest to students and scholars of African Studies, Development Studies, political science and environment.
Political Oppression in Sub-Saharan Africa By Alayna Hamilton Relative to social and economic rights, there is little discourse on the issue of political rights in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).
This fact is attributable to the pressing problems of lack of access to food and healthcare that plague millions of people in the region. Chapter 7: Subsaharan Africa In this assignment, you will follow the path of human migration from Africa to the far reaches of the globe.
Next, you will explore the reasons for European colonization in Africa, and investigate the effects of colonial-imposed borders. Policy Reform, Blackwell, Oxford.
For Sub-Saharan Africa experience, useful studies are Van de Walle, N. (), Political Liberalisation and Economic Reform in Africa, Working Paper no. 3, Michigan State University; and Hyden, G.
and Bratton, M. (), Governance and Politics in Africa, Lynne Rienner, London and Boulder. One scholar specializing on the Horn of Africa likens the situation a ‘political marketplace’ in which politics and violence are simply options along the spectrum pursued by powerful actors.
5 This brief overview of conflict in Africa signals the severity of the security challenges to African governance, especially in those sub-regions that. Africa.
Amid a challenging global outlook, Africa is expected to be an economic outperformer in The International Monetary Fund forecasts growth in Sub-Saharan Africa to accelerate to % in /21, up from % in However, downside risks.
Providing country-specific articles on fifty-two states in sub-Saharan Africa organized into four regional sections (West, Central, Eastern, and Southern Africa), each written by a prominent country specialist, this affordably priced yearbook covers three topics: domestic politics, foreign affairs, and socioeconomic developments.world have moved towards greater political and economic stability and co-operation, sub-Saharan Africa remains a cauldron of instability and economic deprivation.
Globalization, which in simple terms means a worldwide network of interdependence, is a phenomenon, which emerged at the end of the Cold War and the advent of the information revolution.