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Is Africa being squeezed out?

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Abstract

While the northern fringe of the African continent is directly or indirectly caught up in the maelstrom of oil development, and the wind of political or religious change could veer in any direction, the future for the nations of Black Africa appears almost uniformly bleak: creeping economic paralysis, progressive exclusion from the world economy, and intolerable social and political tensions at home.

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Notes

  1. 1.
    Jean-Francois Bayart, Permanence des elites traditionnelles et nouvelles formes de pouvoir, Le Monde diplomatique, November 1981Google Scholar
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    John P. Lewis, Aid Issues: 1981 and Beyond, The OECD Observer, no. 113 (November 1981): 4Google Scholar

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© Institut Français des Relations Internationales 1982

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