Economic development & the prospects for economic security in Africa
African American Studies
Although it is widely recognized that Africa's security problems are acute, it has never been a subject of much intellectual inquiry. This lack of scholarly discourse on the many dimensions of the problem of African security is the major consideration for this book. The approach to the question of security in this book differs markedly from the traditional approach that gives primacy to the threat of military aggression as sole factor in state security. A departure must be made from this dominant preoccupation in a new global order that has seen profound changes. The authors then place primacy on the complex problems of ethno-religious nationalism, economic stagnation, catastrophic civil wars, environmental degradation and the prospects for democratic structures in considering Africa's security issues after the Cold War.
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Okafor, V. O., & Tella, A. S. (1998). Economic development & the prospects for economic security in Africa. In A. Oyebade & A. Alao (Eds.), Africa after the Cold War: The changing perspectives on security. Trenton, N. J.: Africa World Press.
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