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Democratization and Peace in Africa

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The paper examines three interrelated issues: 1) The nature and dynamics of the Western-led "crusade for democratization in Africa;" 2) the obstacles to democratization and peace; and 3) the prospects for democratization and peace. The major finding is that because the Western-led crusade emphasizes political procedures, and neglects the centrality of "bread and butter issues," it will not facilitate democratization and peace.

Affiliations: 1: Center for International Studies, Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA 30314, USA

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1996-01-01
2016-08-25

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