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Michelle Moyd

. Appendices. ISBN: 978-0-7486-3518-4; price: £70, hardback. Since Yoweri Museveni became Uganda’s President in 1986, the East African nation has been viewed as a success story by international development and aid agencies, other govern- ments, and academics. Uganda was once seen mainly as the site of Idi Amin

Min Tang

Maina Peter Th e Magic Wand in Making Constitutions Endure in Africa: Anything (Lessons) to Learn from East Africa? AAS 6,4_volume contents.indd vi AAS 6,4_volume contents.indd vi 11/8/07 3:19:57 PM 11/8/07 3:19:57 PM Book Reviews  African Cultural Values: Igbo Political Leadership in Colonial

Rosie Llewellyn-Jones

’. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies Australia: Routledge Vol. 11, No. 1, 1988 p61. 17 Chatterjee op cit., p177. 18 Cassels, op cit., p61. 19 Harris, Joseph Earl The African Presence in Asia, Consequences of the East African slave trade (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1971). 66 R

Richard Pankhurst and Leila Ingrams

Berbera Fair in the 1850s is in Burton’s First Footsteps in East Africa . Before vessels have cast anchor, or indeed have rounded the Spit, a crowd of Somali, eager, as hotel-touters, may be seen running along the strand. They swim o ff , and the fi rst who arrives onboard inquires the name of the Abban

Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo

size represents a third of the United States of America or the entire Western Europe. DRC produces 50 percent of the world cobalt, 30 percent of its diamonds, 20 percent of its copper, and sizable amounts of gold and tin. Furthermore, it has boundaries with 9 countries in Central and East Africa. State

Faisal Ahmed

institutionalisation of the customs union. African countries also embraced the idea of a customs union to strengthen their trade potential through trade creation and trade diversion processes. Some such key examples include East African Community ( EAC ) and Southern African Customs Union ( SACU ), which are customs

Ali A. Mazrui

indisputably “the first among equals” – the Republic of South Africa. 15 The pivotal power is the promise of regional survival. One day Southern Africa stands a chance of achieving both federation and relative democracy. Pan-Africanism of cultural integration will probably be led by East Africa with its

Amer Alsaleh

foreign-born and uk -born nationals. Suicide ratios were significantly lower in men born in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan at all ages; they were higher among young men born in India and East Africa; they were also significantly higher in Indian and East African women, in whom there was a two- to


Dynamics of Small Power Systems within the Urgency of Paradigmatic Change of Major Powers: A Reflection on Asia and Africa

Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo

the Economic Community of West African State (ECOWAS), the East African Economic Community (EAC), the Southern African Development Community (SADC) or the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have become the core spaces where debates about peripheral capitalism take place. Peripheral

Godwin Rapando Murunga

ict in Somalia. This connection has attracted enormous attention, mainly because of the media reporting of the ghastly misery in Somalia. 6 But there is a more regional process that needs attention. This concerns the e ff ects of the Somalia con fl ict on neighbouring countries in East Africa and the