The New Regionalism in Africa

The New Regionalism in Africa

by Fredrik Söderbaum, J. Andrew Grant

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ISBN-13: 9781351885010
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 03/02/2017
Series: International Political Economy of New Regionalisms Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 272
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

J. Andrew Grant is a researcher at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada and also works for the Centre for Developing-Area Studies at McGill University in Montréal, Canada. Fredrik Söderbaum is a post-doctoral researcher within the Department of Peace and Development Research (Padrigu) at Göteborg University in Göteborg, Sweden.

Table of Contents

Contents: Foreword, Christopher Clapham; Preface, Timothy M. Shaw; Introduction: the new regionalism in Africa, J. Andrew Grant and Fredrik Söderbaum. Part I: Regional Perspectives: New regionalism as an alias: regionalization through trans-state networks, Daniel C. Bach; Weak states, strong regimes: towards a 'Real' political economy of African regionalization, Morten Bøås; New regionalism, states and non-state actors in West Africa, Okechukwu C. Iheduru; Regional development-environment discourses, policies and practices in post-Apartheid Southern Africa, David Simon. Part II: National Perspectives: Deteriorating human security in Kenya: domestic, regional and global dimensions, Stephen Brown; New regionalism and conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo: networks of plunder and networks for peace, Sandra J. MacLean; New regionalism and micro-regionalism in South-Western Africa: the oil-rich enclave of Cabinda, J. Andrew Grant; Angola after Savimbi: new hope for the South/Central region? J. Zöe Wilson and Arsène Bwenge Mwaka; Cold War regional hangovers in Southern Africa: Zambian development strategies, SADC and the new regionalism approach, Eve Sandberg and Naomi Sabel. Part III: Conclusions: Regionalization, the state and human security/development in Africa: thoughts for advancing the debate, Kevin C. Dunn and James J. Hentz; The future of new regionalism in Africa: regional governance, human security/development and beyond, Timothy M. Shaw, Fredrik Söderbaum, Julius E. Nyang'oro and J. Andrew Grant; Bibliography; Index.

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