'Not only provides a detailed analysis of the of the policy-making process related to Africa in seven countries of the North (US, Britain, France, China, Russia, Canada and Japan) but also focuses on the role of key international organizations (World Bank, IMF, United Nations and European Union) in shaping the presents and future of the continent.' - Maurizio Carbone, Carnegie Mellon University, USA, in International Affairs
'This very useful collection of essays on the relationships between Africa and the rest of the World take issue with popular constructions of growing African 'marginalisation.' - Anthony Butler, University of Cape Town, in Political Studies Review
About the Author
is a senior lecturer in African politics at the University of Botswana and a visiting research fellow in the Department of Political Science, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. Paul Williams
is a lecturer in security studies at the University of Birmingham, UK.