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The Resource The coming African hour : dialectics of opportunities and constraints, edited by Luc Sindjoun, (electronic resource)

The coming African hour : dialectics of opportunities and constraints, edited by Luc Sindjoun, (electronic resource)

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The coming African hour : dialectics of opportunities and constraints
Title
The coming African hour
Title remainder
dialectics of opportunities and constraints
Statement of responsibility
edited by Luc Sindjoun
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
320.96
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Sindjoun, Luc
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Africa
Label
The coming African hour : dialectics of opportunities and constraints, edited by Luc Sindjoun, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
Introduction. Problematizing development in African politics / Luc Sindjoun. I. State, democracy and development: questioning the trinity. 1. Implications of the democracy/development relationship for conflict and governance / Dirk Kotze -- 2. Reflections on principles and values of liberal democracy and international debt issues / Tukumbi Lumumba Kasongo -- 3. Healing old wounds: elections and conflict in Southern Africa / Khabele Matlosa and Allan Mushonga -- 4. The new role of the state in Africa's development: the case of Nigeria / Joseph E. Imhanlahimi -- 5. Rethinking development in Africa: what about the 'overloaded' government? / Adekunle Amuwo. II. Natural resources and governance: towards an adequate linkage. 6. Natural resource distribution, agitation for resource control rights and the practice of federalism in Nigeria / A.A. Adesopo & A.S. Asaju -- 7. Oil and politics of natural resources governance in Nigeria / Dauda S. Garuba. III. Civil society and development: beyond state domination. 8. Vigilantism vs. the state: a case of the rise and fall of Pagad, 1996-2003 / Keith Gottschalk -- 9. The impact of the NGO revolution on transformation in Senegal / Nancy Kwang Johnson -- 10. Rethinking civil society assistance / Bhekinkosi Moyo. IV. States and conflicts: conflict prevention as a tool of good governance. 11. State, ethnic militias and conflict in Nigeria / Augustine Ikelegbe -- 12. Ethnic federalism and conflict management in Ethiopia: the case of Dire Dawa / Asnake Kefale -- 13. The challenges of confidence-building measures for crisis management in Africa: some contending issues / Gani Joses Yoroms -- 14. African peace summits and the conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo, 1998-2002 / Peter Morepje Nchabeleng. V. The dialectics of state universalism and societal relativism: the variable geometry of state building. 15. Citizenship and diversity in federal systems / Okwudiba Nnoli -- 16. Localism, colonialism and Nigeria's nascent democracy / Christopher Isike -- 17. State-civil society contestations: the case of Abuja indigenes / Kevin Ebele Adinnu -- 18. (Dis)Content and perceived (il)legitimacy of the government among black and white South Africans, 1995-2000 / Marlene Roefs. VI. Reinventing development in Africa: beyond the charm of NEPAD. 19. Charity begins abroad: responses to the New Partnership for Africa's Development / Ukoha Ukiwo -- 20. Towards the establishment of a pan-African university: a strategic concept on paper / Dani W. Nabudere -- 21. NEPAD and African development: the musings of an academic pessimist / Kwame Boafo Arthur -- 22. Domesticating Africa: fragments of old visions / Manar Elshorbagy
Control code
ocn801407258
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (iv, 444 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780798303156
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)801407258
Label
The coming African hour : dialectics of opportunities and constraints, edited by Luc Sindjoun, (electronic resource)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
Introduction. Problematizing development in African politics / Luc Sindjoun. I. State, democracy and development: questioning the trinity. 1. Implications of the democracy/development relationship for conflict and governance / Dirk Kotze -- 2. Reflections on principles and values of liberal democracy and international debt issues / Tukumbi Lumumba Kasongo -- 3. Healing old wounds: elections and conflict in Southern Africa / Khabele Matlosa and Allan Mushonga -- 4. The new role of the state in Africa's development: the case of Nigeria / Joseph E. Imhanlahimi -- 5. Rethinking development in Africa: what about the 'overloaded' government? / Adekunle Amuwo. II. Natural resources and governance: towards an adequate linkage. 6. Natural resource distribution, agitation for resource control rights and the practice of federalism in Nigeria / A.A. Adesopo & A.S. Asaju -- 7. Oil and politics of natural resources governance in Nigeria / Dauda S. Garuba. III. Civil society and development: beyond state domination. 8. Vigilantism vs. the state: a case of the rise and fall of Pagad, 1996-2003 / Keith Gottschalk -- 9. The impact of the NGO revolution on transformation in Senegal / Nancy Kwang Johnson -- 10. Rethinking civil society assistance / Bhekinkosi Moyo. IV. States and conflicts: conflict prevention as a tool of good governance. 11. State, ethnic militias and conflict in Nigeria / Augustine Ikelegbe -- 12. Ethnic federalism and conflict management in Ethiopia: the case of Dire Dawa / Asnake Kefale -- 13. The challenges of confidence-building measures for crisis management in Africa: some contending issues / Gani Joses Yoroms -- 14. African peace summits and the conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo, 1998-2002 / Peter Morepje Nchabeleng. V. The dialectics of state universalism and societal relativism: the variable geometry of state building. 15. Citizenship and diversity in federal systems / Okwudiba Nnoli -- 16. Localism, colonialism and Nigeria's nascent democracy / Christopher Isike -- 17. State-civil society contestations: the case of Abuja indigenes / Kevin Ebele Adinnu -- 18. (Dis)Content and perceived (il)legitimacy of the government among black and white South Africans, 1995-2000 / Marlene Roefs. VI. Reinventing development in Africa: beyond the charm of NEPAD. 19. Charity begins abroad: responses to the New Partnership for Africa's Development / Ukoha Ukiwo -- 20. Towards the establishment of a pan-African university: a strategic concept on paper / Dani W. Nabudere -- 21. NEPAD and African development: the musings of an academic pessimist / Kwame Boafo Arthur -- 22. Domesticating Africa: fragments of old visions / Manar Elshorbagy
Control code
ocn801407258
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (iv, 444 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780798303156
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)801407258

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