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Intervention and Transnationalism in Africa

Intervention and Transnationalism in Africa

A contributory volume considering how global forces establish networks of power across Africa, first published in 2001.

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Publisher Cambridge University Press
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ISBN 9780521001410
Pages 322 pages
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This 2001 volume calls attention to 'transboundary formations' - intersections of cross-border, national and local forces that produce, destroy or transform local order and political authority, significantly impacting on ordinary people's ...

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