Contemporary Africa and the foreseeable world order

OUTPUT TYPE: Monograph (Book)
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2019
TITLE EDITOR(S): F.Onditi, G.Ben-Nun, C.D'Allesandro, Z.Levey
KEYWORDS: AFRICA
DEPARTMENT: African Institute of South Africa (AISA)
Print: HSRC Library: shelf number 10964

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Abstract

Contemporary Africa and the Foreseeable World Order sheds light on the place of 'Africa Agency'' in the competitive and changing global system. This book provides scholars, policymakers, and other stakeholders studying and working on African issues with innovative solutions, strategies, knowledge, insights, case studies, and analyses to support decision-making on how best African states should position themselves in the dynamic global system in order to influence key decisions. Featuring themes such as the African Union (AU) and the consequences of the discovery of oil in the non-traditional oil exporting countries, the editors and contributors have demonstrated why and how Africa's position in the foreseeable world order is largely dependent on the influence of both existing and emerging world powers.