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.
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About the Author
Ian Taylor is professor of international relations at the University of st Andrews and the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. Formerly of the University of Botswana, he has taught African politics for many years and has conducted research in and/or visited 31 African countries. He is the author of many works, includingThe United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (Routledge); China and Africa: Engagement and Compromise
(Routledge). He has writtennumerous articles on African politics.