Africa and the International System: The Politics of State Survival (Cambridge Studies in International Relations) Paperback – 12 Jan 2008
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"This important book proposes a major overhaul of the conventional framework for analyzing international relations in Africa." Gail M. Gerhart, Foreign Affairs
"...Clapham's volume is solid, sweeping, and thoughtful. Strongly recommended for larger university libraries and other collections specializing in African or Third World studies, comparative politics, and international affairs." J.P. Smaldone, Choice
African independence launched into international politics a group of the world's poorest, weakest, and most artificial states. Christopher Clapham shows how an initially supportive international environment has become increasingly threatening to African rulers and the states over which they preside.See all Product Description