Although Germany has been a major international player in Africa ever since its readmission to international politics after 1955, surprisingly little has been written about this topic - and even less reliable knowledge has been established. "Germany's Africa policy revisited" firstly poses the need for a review of Germany's relations with the African continent over the past decades. Secondly it presents a challenge to fill in some of the factual gaps which characterise the state of research so far. Thirdly, it calls for scrutiny of some of the theoretical and methodological undercurrents of this past research. The authors that collaborated on this exercise represent a fair mix of academics and practitioners. Their interest and personal involvement in the subject is long standing. With contributions by Friederike Diaby-Pentzlin, Ulf Engel, Ernst Hillebrand, Rolf Hofmeier, Robert Kappel, Volkmar Kohler, Reinhart Kossler, Stefan Mair, Henning Melber, Andreas Mehler, Peter Molt, Volker Vinnai, and Jurgen H. Wolff.
Publisher: Lit Verlag
Weight: 368 g
Dimensions: 209 x 147 mm
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