Series: African Arguments

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Darfur: A Short History of a Long War by Julie Flint2005
AIDS and Power: Why there is no Political Crisis - Yet by Alex de Waal2006
Trial Justice: The International Criminal Court and the Lord's Resistance Army by Tim Allen2006
China in Africa: Partner, Competitor or Hegemon? by Chris Alden2007
The United States in Africa: Bush Policy and Beyond by Raymond W. Copson2007
Britain in Africa by Tom Porteous2008
The Trouble with Aid: Why Less Could Mean More for Africa by Jonathan Glennie2008
Climate Change in Africa by Camilla Toulmin2009
Life After Violence: A People's Story of Burundi by Peter Uvin2009
Struggles for Citizenship in Africa by Bronwen Manby2009
Africa's Odious Debts: How Foreign Loans and Capital Flight Bled a Continent by Léonce Ndikumana2011
Chocolate nations by Orla Ryan2011
Congo Masquerade: The Political Culture of Aid Inefficiency and Reform Failure by Theodore Trefon2011
Africa and the War on Drugs by Neil Carrier2012
Getting Somalia Wrong?: Faith and War in a Shattered State by Mary Jane Harper2012
The Democratic Republic of Congo: Between Hope and Despair by Michael Deibert2013
The Great African Land Grab?: Agricultural Investments and the Global Food System by Lorenzo Cotula2013
Sexuality and Social Justice in Africa: Rethinking Homophobia and Forging Resistance by Marc Epprecht2013
Youth and Revolution in Tunisia by Alcinda Honwana2013

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