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The politics and economics of decolonization in Africa
Cohen, Andrew (Historian)
Written in English
The slow collapse of the European colonial empires after 1945 provides one of the great turning points of twentieth century history. With the loss of India however, the British under Harold Macmillan attempted to enforce a "second" colonial occupation--supporting the efforts of Sir Andrew Cohen of the Colonial Office to create a Central African Federation. Drawing on newly released archival material, The Politics and Economics of Decolonization offers a fresh examination of Britain"s central African territories in the late colonial period and provides a detailed assessment of how events in Britain, Africa and the UN shaped the process of decolonization. The author situates the Central African Federation--which consisted of modern day Zambia, Zimbabwe and Malawi--in its wider international context, shedding light on the Federation"s complex relationships with South Africa, with US Presidents Dwight Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy and with the expanding United Nations. The result is an important history of the last days of the British Empire and the beginnings of a more independent African continent.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 205-284) and index.
|Series||International library of African studies -- 33, International library of African studies -- v. 33.|
|LC Classifications||DT2860 .C34 2017, DT2864 .C64 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 300 pages|
|Number of Pages||300|
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Contributors deal with such essential topics as the influence of ideology on the evolution of African politics; the role of the military.
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Author. Elizabeth Schmidt, Loyola University Maryland Elizabeth Schmidt is Professor of History at Loyola University Maryland. She is the author of Cold War and Decolonization in Guinea, – (), which received the African Politics Conference Group's Best Book Award, and Mobilizing the Masses: Gender, Ethnicity, and Class in the Nationalist Movement in Guinea, – ( Books shelved as decolonization: The Wretched of the Earth by Frantz Fanon, Black Skin, White Masks by Frantz Fanon, Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisd.
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45, No. 6, pp. Decolonization Of The Economic And Political Relations Between The Colonies And Their Colonizers Words | 7 Pages. Decolonization in this paper specifically refers to the dismantling of the economic and political relations between the colonies and their colonizers and in this sense the independence achieved by African, Asian, Island territories following the Second World War.
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Drawing on newly released archival material, The Politics and Economics of Decolonization offers a fresh examination of Britain's central African territories in the late colonial period and provides a detailed assessment of how events in Britain, Africa and the UN shaped the process of decolonization.
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2 Alam () uses a sample of 22 countries, only twelve of which are from sub-Saharan Africa, and does not. Third, the s moment offered extraordinary openings for political and economic innovation.
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