Decolonization Process in Africa During the Post-War Era, 1960-1990

Author: Chikeka, Charles
Year:1998
Pages:332
ISBN:0-7734-8471-X
978-0-7734-8471-9
Price:219.95
Examines the efforts of African states to complete the decolonization process, focussing on the divergent postures of Botswana, Malawi, Tanzania, and Zaire as representative examples. Examines in depth the factors that explain the divergent policies.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
1. Introduction
w. Factors that Influenced Decolonization
3. Tanzania: Declaratory and Behavioral Support Toward African Liberation
4. Zaire: Behavioral Support Toward African Liberation
5. Botswana: Declaratory Support Toward Decolonization in Africa
Malawi: Provided Neither Behavioral Nor Declaratory Support Toward African Liberation
7. Conclusion, Analysis, and Observations
8. Looking Ahead: Striving to Achieve Credible Independence
Bibliography and Index