Africa Books

From Africa Renewal: 
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The African Quest: The Transition from the OAU to AU and NEPAD Imperatives by Kinfe Abraham (Ethiopian International Institute for Peace and Development, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 2004; 714 pp; pb £29.95, $54.95)

L’Afrique et les Objectifs du Millénaire pour le Développement by Ahmed Rhazaoui, Luc-Joël Grégoire and Soraya Mellali (Economica, Paris, France, 2005; 635 pp; pb 25 euros)

Agrodiversity: Learning from Farmers Across the World, eds. Harold Brookfield, Helen Parsons and Muriel Brookfield (UN University Press, Tokyo, Japan, 2003; 343 pp; pb $32)

HIPC Debt Relief: Myths and Reality, eds. Jan Joost Teunissen and Age Akkerman (FONDAD, The Hague, Netherlands, 2004; 145 pp; 12.50 euros)

Business Ethics in Africa by Deon Roussouw (Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 2002; 180 pp; hb $19.95)

Un homme libre au Rwanda by Augustin Cyiza (Karthala, Paris, France, 2004; 218 pp; 18 euros)

Global Citizens: Social Movements and the Challenge of Globalization by Marjorie Mayo (Zed Books, London, UK, 2004; 256 pp; hb £55, $25, pb £15.95, $25)

A Crisis of Governance: Zimbabwe by Jacob Chikuhwa (Algora Publishing, New York, US, 2004; 353 pp; pb $28.95, hb $35.98)

Reclaiming the Land: The Resurgence of Rural Movements in Africa, Asia and Latin America, eds. Sam Moyo and Paris Yeros (Zed Books, London, UK, 2005; hb £55, $85, pb £16.95, $27.50)

Diversity in Development: Reconsidering the Washington Consensus, eds. Jan Joost Teunissen and Age Akkerman (FONDAD, The Hague, Netherlands, 2004; 258 pp; 17.50 euros)

De la postcolonie: Essai sur la imagination politique dans l’Afrique contemporaine by Achille Mbembe (Karthala, Paris, France, 2005; 300 pp; 25 euros)

Economic Development and UN Reform: Towards a Common Agenda for Action by Carlos A. Magariños (UNIDO, Vienna, Austria, 2005; 191 pp; 25 euros)

What Went Wrong with Africa by Roel Van Der Veen (KIT Publishers, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2004; 398 pp; pb $39.95)

Environment, Informal Sector and Factor Markets by Amoah Baah-Nuakoh (Woeli Publishing Services, Accra, Ghana, 2003; 328 pp; pb £18.95, $36.95)

Ethnicity and Democracy in Africa, eds. Bruce Berman, Dickson Eyoh and Will Kymlicka (Ohio University Press, Ohio, USA, 2004; 336 pp; hb $59.95, pb $28.95)

L’ONU dans la crise en Sierra Leone: Les méandres d’une négociation by Jean-Marc Chataigner (Karthala, Paris, France, 2005; 200 pp; 18 euros)

Globalization and the Southern African Economies, ed. Mats Lundahl (Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Uppsala, Sweden, 2004; 128 pp; SEK140)

International Trade, Growth and Development by Pranab Bardhan (Blackwell Publishing, Malden, US, 2003; 320 pp; pb $44.95, hb $82.95)

Liberian Women Peacemakers: Fighting for the Right to Be Seen, Heard and Counted by African Women and Peace Support Group (Africa World Press, New Jersey, US, 2004; 100 pp; pb $19.95)

Mandela’s World: the International Dimension of South Africa’s Political Revolution, 1990-99 by James Barber (James Currey Publishers, Oxford, UK, 2004; 214 pp; hb $44.95, pb $24.95)

The New Imperial Order: Indigenous Responses to Globalization by Makere Stewart-Harawira (Zed Books, London, UK, 2005; 288 pp; hb £55, $85, pb £16.95, $27.50)

The Reality of AID 2004: An Independent Review of Poverty Reduction and Development Assistance. Focus on Governance and Human Rights by Reality Aid (Zed Books, London UK, 2004; 272 pp; hb £50, $75)

The Regulation of the Power Sector in Africa: Attracting Investment and Protecting the Poor, eds. Edward Marandu and Dorcas Kayo (Zed Books, London, UK, 2004; 384 pp; hb £55, $85)

Le pétrole du Tchad: Rêve ou cauchemar pour les populations? by Martin Petry and Naygotimti Bambé (Karthala, Paris, France, 2005; 416 pp; 26 euros)

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