By J. Mangala
During the last decade, Africa’s middle of gravity in global politics has shifted from mere humanitarianism to a strategic view that posits the centrality of the continent as strength and traditional assets provider, within the struggle opposed to terrorism and different defense threats, and within the globalization of tradition. along with those issues, this shift is reflective of 2 defining dynamics. On one hand, political and fiscal reforms have contributed to the expansion of democracy, an development within the monetary outlook, and the strengthening of nearby governance. however, the continued diffusion of worldwide strength is atmosphere the degree for a brand new overseas order within which Africa will more and more topic. This e-book probes the significance and value of those advancements and their implications for Africa’s diplomacy.
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The major resultant effect would be the termination of the central role played by the compradors as handmaids for fostering the agenda of American imperialism. Third, the global political economy and its associated structures, processes, rules, and modes of interactions that perpetuate inequities, injustices, and exploitation need to be restructured on the basis of a new vision of redistributive justice. In other words, the global trading order and its associated “division of labor” and “system of unequal exchange,” the predatory loan system, and the plundering and pillaging by core-based MNCs would need to be terminated.
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Ibid. 66. Ibid. 67. Vishantie Sewpaul, “The Global-Local Dialectic: Challenges for African Scholarship and Social Work in a Post-Colonial World,” The British Journal of Social Work 36, no. 3 (2006): 419. September 27, 2010 7:20 MAC-US/AFRICA Page-35 9780230102866_03_ch01 September 27, 2010 7:20 MAC-US/AFRICA Page-36 9780230102866_03_ch01 2 Britain and Africa in the Twenty-First Century Paul D. Williams Introduction Contemporary Africa contains huge variations across its many states: some states are relatively stable while others have endured protracted conflicts, some have rapidly expanding economies while others are in reverse gear, and some are stable democracies while others are among the most authoritarian on the planet.
Africa and the New World Era: From Humanitarianism to a Strategic View by J. Mangala