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Africa in World Politics
Africa in World Politics
Edited by Stephen Wright and Janice N. Brownfoot
Sheridan House, 1987, 214 pp

A group of mostly British scholars takes a look at a subject largely ignored in the wake of Africa's deepening economic crisis and the consequent attenuation of African activity in international forums. What emerges most clearly: stronger links between African nations would offer some hope of growing political and economic leverage, but hope for closer regional ties is increasingly dimmed by African introversion.