Handbook of Africa's international relations / editor, Tim Murithi. - London : Routledge, 2015. - xxiv, 443 p. - Routledge international handbooks . - Routledge international handbooks. .

Reissue. Originally published: 2014.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: The Evolution of Africa's International Relations / Dr. Tim Murithi -- Part 1: Theories and Historical Evolution -- 2. Theoretical Approaches to Africa's International Relations / Dr. Thomas Tieku -- 3. Pan-Africanism and the International System / Dr. Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni -- 4. The Impact of Globalisation on Africa / Berouk Mesfin -- 5. Africa's International Relations Beyond the State: Insights from Nigeria's Niger Delta / Dr. Cyril Obi -- Part 2: Institutional Developments -- 6. The African Peace and Security Architecture / Dr. Solomon Dersso -- 7. The AU New Partnership for Africa's Development / Dr. Tony Karbo -- 8. The African Union and Regional Economic Communities: A Partnership for Peace and Security? / Dr. John Akokpari and Sarah Ancas -- 9. The AU Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance / Dr. Mireille Affaa -- 10. The AU Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development Policy Framework / Dr. Elias Omondi -- 11. The AU Solemn Declaration on Gender Equality / Dr. Toni Haastrup -- Part 3: Africa's International Relations: Issues and Policy Areas --12. Security Cooperation in Africa: Do African Actors Offer an Alternate Conception of Security? / Romain Esmenjaud -- 13. Africa and International Trade Policy: Contesting the World Trade Organisation and Economic Partnership Agreements / Dr. Emezat Mengesha -- 14. Africa and International Migration / Dr. Bina Fernandez -- 15. Power-sharing in Conflict Resolution Efforts in Africa / Dr. Katia Papagianni -- Part 4: Global Governance and Africa -- 16. Africa's Contribution to International Peace Operations / Cedric de Coning -- 17. Africa and the International Criminal Court / Dr. Thomas Obel Hansen -- 18. Africa, Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons / Dr. Kwesi Sansculotte-Greenidge -- 19. The Responsibility to Protect and Africa's International Relations / Dr. Adam Branch -- 20. The African Union and the Protection of Civilians / Walter Lotze -- 21. Africa and International Human Rights: Assessing National Institutions / Lisa Sekaggya -- 22. Africa and Global Climate Change: Impacts, Vulnerability and Climate Policies / Dr. Elena Lioubimtseva -- 23. Africa and the Global Trade in Illicit Small Arms and Light Weapons / Dorcas Ettang -- 24. Africa and the UN Peacebuilding Commission / Dr. Grace Maina -- 25. Africa and the Bretton Woods Institutions: The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund / Professor Paul Clements -- 26. Africa and Official Development Assistance / Professor George Klay Kieh, Jr. -- 27. The AU and Terrorism / Dr. Kwesi Aning 28. The Challenge of Terrorism and the Islamist Unknown in North Africa / Valentina Bartolucci 29. Africa and Private Military Companies / Yvette Selim Part 5: Africa and International Partnerships -- 30. Africa and the European Union: An Assessment of the EU-Africa Joint Strategy / Andrew Sherriff and John Kotsopoulos -- 31. The European Union and the East African Community Trade Agreements / Professor Kenneth Omeje and Doreen Alusa -- 32. The EU and Development in Africa: From ACP to EPA / Dr. Lorenzo Fioramonti -- 33. Africa and China / Dr. Henning Melber -- 34. Africa and the US AFRICOM / Dr. Jack Mangala -- 35. Africa and India / Dr. Zachariah Mampilly -- 36. Africa and Japan: TICAD and Beyond / Dr. Seifudein Adem -- 37. Africa and Latin America / Gustavo Barros de Carvalho -- 38. IBSA -- BRISCA and its Impact on Africa / Professor Gladys Lechini -- 39. Iran-Africa Relations: The Trouble Bridged of South/South Dialogue / Jason Warner and Carol Jean Gallo -- 40. Conclusion: The Prospects for Africa's International Relations / Dr. Tim Murithi -- Select Bibliography -- Index.


"Analyses current themes in Africa's international relations. Discusses the growing prominence of the African continent on the world stage, the evolution of Pan-Africanism and the emerging role of the African Union as an international actor"--Provided by publisher.

1857438272 (pbk.) 9781857438277 (pbk.)


African Union.


Pan-Africanism.


Africa -- Foreign relations.

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