AFRICA IN THE WORLD: A HISTORY OF EXTRAVERSION
- U.S. and China's rivalry over Africa's riches intensifies. Ismi, Asad // CCPA Monitor;May2013, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p36
The article offers the author's view on the rivalry between China and the U.S. over the rich resources of Africa. He mentions British journalist John Pilger who pointed out the possible full-scale invasion of the continent by the American nation through its deployment of troops in 35 African...
- Africa in the age of perestroika. Kempton, Daniel R. // Africa Today;1991 3rd Quarter, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p7
Documents the impact of the emergence of perestroika in the Soviet Union on Africa's foreign relations. Definition of perestroika; Effects of perestroika on the rest of the world; Growth of superpower support for the peaceful settlement of regional conflicts; Reduction of Soviet aid to its...
- Foreign Relations. // South Africa Country Review;2010, p44
The article offers information on the foreign relations of South Africa including its membership in several international organizations, its participation in the Southern African Development Community, and its partnership with the U.S. through the U.S.-South Africa Bi-National Commission (BNC).
- Africa in the world: the 1945 Pan-African Congress and its aftermath. // African Affairs;Apr95, Vol. 94 Issue 375, p283
Focuses on the 1995 Pan-African Directions conference on Fifth Congress' themes. Theme; Sessions; Participants; Contact information.
- Conflict and connection: Rethinking colonial African history. Cooper, Frederick // American Historical Review;Dec94, Vol. 99 Issue 5, p1516
Discusses the work of Africanists on the specific problems of colonialism and its aftermath in its own sphere. Power and limitations of colonial discourse; Concept of resistance; Reformulation of cultural categories.
- The horse and the jockey. N'Diay, M. // Africa Report;Sep/Oct90, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p33
Suggests that France may have to forge a new relationship with its former colonies in Africa, as more and more Africans openly challenge their single-party governments, demanding a voice in the decision-making process. Sword-of-Damocles approach;Financial incentives; Undemocratic regimes;...
- Africa and the world. Mayor, Federico // UNESCO Courier;Mar98, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p38
Provides a commentary on the role of African countries to the United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Primary aim of the meeting entitled `Audience Africa' at UNESCO's Paris Headquarters in 1995; Reason why the author set up in UNESCO an International Fund for...
- Changing family strategies as a response to colonial challenge: Microanalytic observations on... Reinwald, Brigitte // History of the Family;1997, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p183
Presents information on the economic and social impact of colonization on African societies, which are reflected at the microlevel, by changing family structures and patterns of behavior. How did they assess the symptoms and the extent of the change; Examination of the Siin-Siin; Information on...
- Landmines and lazy diplomats. Versi, Anver // African Business;Nov97, Issue 226, p6
Editorial. Discusses several international issues and their effects on the African community. Awarding of Nobel Peace Prize to the global Campaign against Landmines; Africa's role in banning landmines; Banning of leaders involved in crimes to humanity from holding government office; State of...