The new partnership for African development: elite perceptions in South Africa, Nigeria, Senegal, Algeria, Kenya, Uganda and Zimbabwe
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This paper will provide an outline of selected elite opinions regarding confidence in the NEPAD; the goals and principles associated with the policy; as well as issues relating to the implementation of the NEPAD.
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