This book reviews fifty years of research on politics in Africa. It
synthesizes insights from different scholarly approaches and offers
an original interpretation of the knowledge accumulated over the
years. It discusses how research on African politics relates the
study of politics in other regions and mainstream theories in
Comparative Politics. It focuses on such key issues as the legacy
of a movement approach to political change, the nature of the
state, the economy of a location, the policy deficit, the agrarian
question, gender and politics and ethnicity and conflict.
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