Examines Sub-Saharan Africa's relations with states such as the US, India, China, the EU, and Britain as well as with non-state actors. This book provides a critical appraisal of the ways in which peace, prosperity, and democracy are being advanced (or restricted) by the activities of the great powers in Africa, including non-state actors.
|Publication date:||13th May 2010|
|Publisher:||Continuum Publishing Corporation|
|Categories:||International relations, Comparative politics, Globalization,|
Ian Taylor lectures in African Politics and International Relations in the School of International Relations, University of St Andrews and is a Visiting Professor in the Department of Political Science, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. He is the author of many works, including The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (Routledge); China and Africa: Engagement and Compromise (Routledge). He has written numerous articles on African politics.More About Ian Taylor