The Politics of Transition in Africa
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288 Pages

23.4 x 15.6 cm

Series: ROAPE African Readers

Imprint: James Currey

The Politics of Transition in Africa

State, Democracy and Economic Development

Edited by Giles Mohan

by Tunde Zack-Williams

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Published in association with ROAPE
Part of a series of studies that examine political issues confronting African peoples, societies and states, this text explores: theories of the state, the transition to democracy and economic development.

Published inassociation with ROAPE

North America: Africa World Press
"This book is a welcome addition to teaching materials on African politics. It brings together a distinctive approach to African politics, which clearly remains extremely relevant to the present-day. Those who teach African politics will be able to find chapters in the book that will be most useful for students in undergraduate courses." Graham Harrison, MODERN AFRICAN STUDIES
"...the story of that moving feast of theorising about Africa that has lain at the heart of ROAPE from the start, and one of the most notable conclusions that I drew from this collection is how far the streams of thought have come together. ROAPE was launched in part to move beyond existing approached and journals." Peter Woodward, LUCAS BULLETIN

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9780852558225

September 2004

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Title Details

288 Pages

2.34 x 1.56 cm

Series: ROAPE African Readers

Imprint: James Currey