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Research outputs: POLITICS
2014 Book review: Power, J. 2010. Political culture and nationalism in Malawi: building Kwacha. Rochester: University of Rochester Press
This seventh edition in the internationally acclaimed State of the Nation series from HSRC Press is a significant contribution to the debate...
A United Nations Millennium Project report in 2005 argued that women in office were more likely to advocate for legislation and policy that ...