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Abstract Despite growing interest in party politics in Africa, the activities and roles of African opposition parties are still underexplored, especially in the context of one-party-dominant ‘hybrid’ regimes where they are allowed to operate but face a myriad of constraints. In these settings,...
This book is a novel endeavour in a number of respects. It is an urban ethnographic study of religions and religious co-existence in Lagos, a place that identifies as Africa’s most populous city, also as the commercial hub of Nigeria’s southwestern region (Yorubaland) and arguably the entire...
Amanuel Biedemariam’s book seeks to explore the history of involvement by one global power, the United States of America (US), in one of the youngest countries within the Horn of Africa (and the world), Eritrea. Consisting of 199 pages that comprise eight chapters, as well as a general...
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