The Postcolonial State in Africa: Fifty Years of Independence, 1960-2010

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  • The Postcolonial State in Africa: Fifty Years of Independence, 1960-2010
  • Paperback
  • 488
  • Crawford Young
  • English
  • 13 September 2018
  • 0299291448

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32 Y695 2012 In The Postcolonial State in Africa, Crawford Young offers an informed and authoritative comparative overview of fifty years of African independence, drawing on his decades of research and first hand experience on the African continent Young identifies three cycles of hope and disappointment common to many of the African states including those in North Africa over the last half century initial euphoria at independence in the s followed by disillusionment with a lapse into single party autocracies and military rule a period of renewed confidence, radicalization, and ambitious state expansion in the s preceding state crisis and even failure in the disastrous s and a phase of reborn optimism during the continental wave of democratization beginning around He explores in depth the many African civil wars especially those since and three key tracks of identity Africanism, territorial nationalism, and ethnicity Only recently, Young argues, have the paths of the fifty three African states begun to diverge dramatically, with some leading to liberalization and others to political, social, and economic collapse outcomes impossible to predict at the outset of independence A Review of The Postcolonial State in AfricaThe Postcolonial State in Africa outlines the history and political progression of the African state post colonization But before I get into the grit of the book, a side note on the author Crawford Young Young received his B.
A from the University of Michigan and his PhD from Harvard in 1964, where his advisor was the famed scholar Rupert Emerson, the only person ever to serve as president of both the African Studies Association and the Asian Studies A Review of The Postcolonial State in AfricaThe Postcolonial State in Africa outlines the history and political progression of the African state post colonization But before I get into the grit of the book, a side note on the author Crawford Young à The Postcolonial State in Africa: Fifty Years of Independence, 1960-2010 Æ 960.
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