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The Power of Interdependence
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2012

The Power of Interdependence

Lessons from Africa

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978-1-137-01995-0
9781137019950
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VPWW6E9
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24.08.2021
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The Power of Interdependence offers a convincing challenge to the dominant view among many observers of global affairs, that individual countries exert sole control over the international system. Author David Oladipupo Kuranga advances an alternative possibility: that, in fact, the influence of nations is now matched and at times is overtaken by that of supranational organizations. Drawing on detailed accounts and insider data relating to multinational interventions in select African countries, this book reveals a dramatic shift in the global order and gives a rare look at the inner workings of coercive diplomacy.
Inhaltsverzeichnis
Wielding the Power of Interdependency A Gradual Emergence of Complex Interdependence in Africa São Tomé and Príncipe The Republic of Togo The Islamic Republic of Mauritania Lessons from Regional Organizations in Africa
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David Oladipupo Kuranga currently teaches Politics, Economic Development, and International Relations. In addition to teaching he is the Managing Director of Kuranga and Associates Global Consultancy [www.kaglobal.net] that services public and private sector investments in emerging economies, particularly sub-Saharan Africa. Before furthering his academic pursuits David served on the Delegation of Nigeria to the United Nations.
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'In The Power of Interdependence: Lessons from Africa, David Kuranga has provided a very positive contribution to the debate about the role of international organizations in democratic transitions. By comparing successful and unsuccessful democratization experiences in carefully-selected African case studies, Kuranga is able systematically to tease out the impact of the Economic Community of West Africa (ECOWAS) and to distinguish its role from that of Nigeria the most powerful member state. The book is a very good, and very persuasive, scholarly contribution to an important debate in international relations and comparative politics.' - Robert R. Kaufman, Professor of Political Science, Rutgers University, USA

Publikation
Vereinigte Staaten
25.07.2012
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Englisch
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Softcover
188 Seiten
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