Revolutionary pressures in Africa

by Claude Ake

Publisher: Zed Press in London

Written in English
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Places:

  • Africa.

Subjects:

  • Socialism -- Africa.,
  • Social classes -- Africa.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementClaude Ake.
SeriesAfrica series, Africa series (Zed Press)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHX439 .A37
The Physical Object
Pagination109 p. ;
Number of Pages109
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4294455M
ISBN 100905762142, 0905762150
LC Control Number78322344

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This is one of the most controversial books to have come from an African author in the 's. Claude Ake's theme is that Africa is moving into a new historical era. Capitalism in Africa is on the way out.

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struggles which is generating the revolutionary pressures that underlie the current mass social mobilization and movement in Zimbabwe. The strategic approach of the paper is a critical analysis of the crisis in post-colonial Zimbabwe state as part of the dialectic of class struggles. BOOK REVIEWS Southern Africa described in that volume.

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Developments in the USSR, China, Cuba, North Vietnam, North Korea, and in Egypt, Ghana, Guinea, Mali, Algeria and other parts of Africa, showed that not only was the world balance of forcesFile Size: 1MB.

Revolutionary pressures in Africa book He agonized with the painful fact that the continent was loosing "the battle to control its development agenda". In the 70s Claude prophetically wrote about "revolutionary pressures in Africa" ().

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Africa: a continent drenched in the blood of revolutionary heroes Between andsix African independence leaders were assassinated by. Since the publication of States and social revolutions, most analysts of revolution have focused on how ideology and political culture shape revolutionary events.

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She is Africa’s first elected female head of state. Claude Ake (18 February in Omoku – 7 November ) was a Nigerian political scientist from Omoku, the Rivers States, Nigeria. Ake (pronounced AH-kay) was considered "one of Africa's foremost political philosophers." He specialised in political economy, political theory, and development studies and is well known for his research on development and democracy in Africa.

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This book contributes to a fuller understanding of the coup syndrome in African. To this end, it vigorously interrogates the place of coups in the governance of Africa, and explores the relevance of Kelsen’s theory of revolutionary legality in the context of coup d’états in Africa.

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The revolutionary movements covered in this book occurred in: Algeria, Kenya, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Angola, Zimbabwe, and South Africa. Food Insecurity and Revolution in the Middle East and North Africa The book contributes to uncovering the historical backdrop and contemporary pressures in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) for the uprisings of and It also explores the continued failure of post-uprising counter-revolutionary governments to directly.

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In the end, Africa became the battleground for Western ideas of communism, socialism, capitalism and other “isims”. The results of these mutated ideologies in Africa were revolutionary wars, class wars, ethnic wars, border wars, civil wars, secession wars, Cold War, proxy wars and the rest.

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Renard says that for Bard “Africa was a revolutionary country”, a view whose geopolitical awareness is suspect to say the least and reinforces, like Shafto’s assertion that “[t]he dandyism of the Zanzibar members is to be found in their attachment to their physical appearance”, the suspicion that the ultimate destination of Bard’s Author: Keith Reader.

The biggest of all traps to stifle the African revolution is the trap of “non-violent revolution,” whatever that might mean. Non-violence has little to do with the realities of the African Revolution where it meets the armed counter-revolution, as in Kenya and in Algeria, or the entrenched armed rulers in.

Two years later, he was saying South Africa could face revolutionary pressures in five years if Mr. Botha did not start making good on some of the hopes he had : Joseph Lelyveld.2: South Africa in one word: Human rights realization and the deficits 13 ï: South Africas representative institutions in one word or phrase 36 4: Crisis of confidence in the South African Police Service 40 5: Bottom-up suggestions to get voice and representation 46 File Size: 1MB.