Africa and International Studies
The Africa and International Studies Working Group provides a forum that brings together a diverse range of scholars to discuss and debate: substantive issues arising from range of different dimensions of 'the international' in Africa; theoretical and conceptual debates about the relationship between the generalities of the discipline of International Studies and African historically-based specificities; and ideas about the relationship of issues and theory in the pedagogy of International Studies in and of Africa.
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Call for papers: Whose new world order?: Conflict, insecurity and war – Interrogating Africa and Global hegemony
Drivers of armed conflict, insecurity and terrorism in West Africa: the need to rethink international and state responses
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