The African Union and New Strategies for Development in Africa

by Said Adejumobi and Adebayo Olukoshi

Table of Contents

List of Tables, Graphs, and Illustrations

Foreword

Acknowledgments

Abbreviations


Chapter 1: Introduction: Transition, Continuity, and Change (Said Adejumobi and Adebayo Olukoshi)


Chapter 2: Nkrumah, Pan-Africanism, and the Future of Africa (L. Adele Jinadu)


Chapter 3: From the OAU to the AU: The Experience, Promise, and Expectations (Susan Waiyego Nwangi)


Chapter 4: Toward an Effective African Union: Participation, Institutions, and Leadership (Abdul Mohammed)


Chapter 5: Africa’s Experience of Participation in Development (Said Adejumobi)


Chapter 6: West Africa’s Integration Process: The Logic of History and Culture (Kwame Ninsin)


Chapter 7: African Union and European Union: A Comparative Analysis (Walter Oyugi)


Chapter 8: Revisiting the Debate on National Autonomous Development (Issa Shivji)


Chapter 9: NEPAD, APRM, and Institutional Change in Africa (Emmanuel Nnadozie)


Chapter 10: The National Process of the African Peer Review Mechanism: Challenges and Opportunities (Ahmed Mohideen)


Chapter 11: Civil Society and the African Union Architecture: Institutional Provisions and Invented Interfaces (Bhekinkosi Moyo)


Chapter 12: The NEPAD Initiative and the Challenges of Agricultural Development and Food Security in Africa (Ntsangsi Memfih)


Chapter 13: The Transformation of Multilateral Security Institutions: ECOWAS and the African Union (Funmi Olonisakin)


Chapter 14: Regional Initiatives on Governance in Africa: UNECA, AU, and ECOWAS Interventions (Said Adejumobi)


Chapter 15: Security and Democratization in the SADC Region: Process, Problems, and Prospects for Regional Integration (Khabele Matlosa)


Chapter 16: Prospects for Peace in Darfur: A Challenge to the African Union (Alex De Waal)


List of Contributors

Index


 

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