Mediating nation-building in post-colonial Africa: addressing the security and development nexus on the continent
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It is perhaps presumptuous to think that the recurring political instability, stunted development and ethnic strife on the continent after 1960 can be attributed to the lack of a nation-building agenda in many post-colonial African states, far from it. Nation-building agendas occupied an important place in the many five-year development programs that majority of African states developed after independence from the late 1950s to early 1960s.
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