Afro-Arab Relations in the New World Order

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Afro-Arab Relations in the New World Order

By E.C. Chibwe
Friedmann, 1977
156 pp.

This study by the former Director of the Bank of Zambia emphasizes economic relations. Chibwe provides hard data and valuable information on African financial needs, Arab and OECD aid, and the workings of the Arab Bank for African Development, but tends toward hopeful prognostication rather than analysis of the issues underlying present and potential Afro-Arab relations.

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