5 edition of State Building and Democratization in Africa found in the catalog.
January 30, 1999
by Praeger Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||Kidane Mengisteab (Editor), Cyril Daddieh (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||264|
Introduction. The term state formation is most commonly used to describe the long-term processes that led to the genesis of modern political domination in the form of the territorial sovereign state. In a few works, the terms state-building, nation-building, or institution-building are used synonymously with state formation. In the social sciences mainstream literature, modern state formation. State Building and Democratization in Bosnia and Herzegovina details the post-Dayton evolution of the country over the last two decades. Carefully evaluating the successes and failures the book explores the slow progress of the democratization process and how key elites initially took hold of the st.
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State building and democratization in Africa rarely attract the attention they deserve. Few have grappled with the relationship between state building (nation-building) and democratic experiments in Africa. This collection consciously corrects this shortcoming in African political : Hardcover.
State building and democratization in Africa rarely attract the attention they deserve. Few have grappled with the relationship between state building (nation-building) and democratic experiments in Africa. This collection consciously corrects this shortcoming in African political studies.
State Building and Democratization in Africa: Faith, Hope, and Realities: Faith, Hope and Realities - Kindle edition by Daddieh, Cyril K., Mengisteab, Kidane.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading State Building and Democratization in Africa: Faith, Hope, and Realities: Faith, Hope and Cited by: Democratization in Africa examines the state of progress of democracy in Africa at the end of the s.
The past decade's "third wave" of democratization, the contributors argue, has been characterized by retreats as well as advances. In some cases, newly established democratic orders have devolved into pseudo-democracies while, in other cases, superficial changes have been used as a cosmetic.
Is democracy feasible in sub-Saharan Africa. Which aspects of state-building are most important. This article from Comparative Political Studies shows that new democracies emerge only in the context of effective states.
The scope of state infrastructure and the delivery of welfare services have little impact on democratisation. The establishment of a rule of law, however, [ ]. Why state building is still relevant in Africa and how it relates to democratization / Kidane Mengisteab State Building and Democratization in Africa book Cyril Daddieh --Democratization and state building in Africa: how compatible are they / Kidane Mengisteab --"For fear of being condemned as old fashioned": liberal democracy versus popular democracy in Sub-Saharan Africa / John S.
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This book provides a very timely investigation into the progress and setbacks over that period, the challenges that remain and the prospects for future democratization in Africa. It commences with an overall assessment of the (lack of) progress made from toexploring positive developments with reasons for caution.
This book describes the contrast between the strong economic growth and democratization that have occurred in Africa and its stalling political progress.
It presents and discusses fragility as the phenomenon that has caused the state to remain weak and faltering and has led to at least one third of the continent’s citizens living in fragile. As Jeffrey Herbst shows in his important study of colonial and post-independence Africa, leaders there have chosen to avoid state-building, and widespread domestic conflict in many countries has followed from that choice.
And even where state building is attempted, decades of bloodshed are far from sufficient for : Hillel Soifer. Introduction.
State-building in Africa has long been a concern of scholars and policymakers. The subject is particularly fascinating because of the large and quick shift from a continent largely populated by small states and acephalous societies in the precolonial era to one partitioned among European powers in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and then to one in which four dozen new.
This book provides cutting-edge knowledge on state building, economic development, and democratization based on case studies of Japan, ASEAN, South Asia, and selected countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
The book examines the interaction between land policies and the state building in sub-Saharan Africa. It also pays special attention to corruption Cited by: 1. Dilemmas of democracy and state power in Africa Another major country that could have boosted democratization in the continent, namely.
In State Fragility in Africa: Impact and Capacity Building Approaches, Professor Dele Olowu examines the various manifestations of the subject through country case studies from Eastern, Central and Southern sub-regions of the African continent (Angola, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Lesotho, South Africa, and Zimbabwe).
Readers would find echoes of the issues examined in the book in. Being critical and empirically grounded, the book explores the complex, often counter-balancing consequences of the involvement of traditional authority in the wave of democratization and liberal-style state-building that has rolled over sub-Saharan Africa in the past : The authoritarian state in Africa, which is a postindependence revival of the colonial state, corresponds to economic stagnation and disintegration.
Democracy, participants suggested, should therefore be regarded as a process to tackle problems, but should not be seen as a solution to all of Africa's problems.
The motors of democratization in Europe in the nineteenth century were urbanization, class and social organization; in Africa, anti-imperialism was an important factor in the first phase of democratization in the period after the Second World War; by the s and s the drivers were a complex mix of social conflict, state-building, human.
Jeffrey Herbst, in his paper "War and the State in Africa" (), explains how democratization in European states was achieved through political development fostered by war-making and these "lessons from the case of Europe show that war is an important cause of. Being critical and empirically grounded, the book explores the complex, often counter-balancing consequences of the involvement of traditional authority in the wave of democratization and liberal-style state-building that has rolled over sub-Saharan Africa in the past decade.emphasized as key factors in the determination of future economic assistance for Africa.
The Development Advisory Committee of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development is on record in support of "participatory development," which includes democratization, improved governance, and human rights.work on state-building focuses on Iraq and Afghanistan, this review attempts to present a more geographically unbiased, global perspective, with particular attention paid to including material on Africa.
State-building is a truly inter-disciplinary topic, drawing interest and discussion from social.