This book attempts to correct the impression created by Western media that Sub-Saharan Africa is in a state of anarchy. The text analyzes and shows that while many Sub-Saharan African nations are experiencing the worst time of their history, others are enjoying their best times. Thus, the text argues that although some parts of Africa are experiencing crisis, the continent is also a fine region of major new experiments in governance, peace building and free market transformation programs. Finally, the text focuses some of its analyses on the colonial legacy, economic and ethnic transformation, indigenous institutions and other forces that seem to influence the governance of Sub-Saharan African nations.Robert Dibie, Ph.D., Western Michigan University, public administration and comparative political systems. Professor Dibie teaches public administration and African Politics at California State University Fresno. He previously taught at Indianaanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Politics and Policies of Sub-Saharan Africa|
|Author||:||Robert A. Dibie|
|Publisher||:||University Press of America - 2001-01-01|