Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-231) and index.
|Statement||edited by Gilbert M. Khadiagala & Terrence Lyons.|
|Series||SAIS African studies library, SAIS African studies library (Boulder, Colo.)|
|Contributions||Khadiagala, Gilbert M., Lyons, Terrence.|
|LC Classifications||DT30.5 .A35587 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 247 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||247|
|ISBN 10||155587990X, 1555879667|
|LC Control Number||2001019071|
African Foreign Policies.: This comprehensive treatment of the interplay between domestic and international politics analyzes efforts by African states to manage their external relations amid seismic shifts in the internal, regional, and global s: 1. This book is the first to exclusively consider the foreign policy tendencies of African states in international institutions. As an edited volume offering empirically based perspectives from a variety of scholars, this project disabuses the notion that Africa should be considered a "niche" interest in the field of foreign policy analysis. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Changing context of African foreign policies / Stephen Wright --Angola: the foreign policy of a decaying state / Assis Malaquias --Flea on Nigeria's back: the foreign policy of Benin / John R. Heilbrunn --Exceptionality in external affairs: Botswana in the African . The book, despite its focus on president Obasanjo and Nigeria, can be used to explain African foreign policies especially on the challenge of personalization of foreign policy. The book draws our attention to the need for a restructuring of African foreign policies away from the individual nature of institutionalized foreign policy decision making.
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