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[This chapter asserts that gender is essential to a full understanding of conflict, violence and human security/insecurity in Africa. While there is a growing literature arguing for the importance of gender in International Relations (IR) (Steans, 2006; Tickner, 1992, 2001), for the most part...
[For the first time in more than two decades, Africa has begun to find its rightful place in the world, attracting the attention of the traditional Western powers as well as the leadership of emerging ‘Southern powers’ such as China, India, Brazil and South Korea. The pervasive ‘Afro-pessimism’...
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