This e-book bargains a continent-wide exam of Africa's international coverage and international relations, addressing the relevance of its many languages, precolonial heritage, conventional worth structures, and former overseas relationships.
• provides an exhaustive evaluation of the entire African countries and their diplomacy from the viewpoint of African background and the continent's traditions of statecraft
• comprises attention-grabbing information about Africa's average source base, its prestige because the "Cradle of Humankind," descriptions of Africa as ''The darkish Continent," Africa's paradoxes, and the explanations for Africa's isolation, exploitation, impoverishment, and marginalization
• Six charts offer convenient connection with themes similar to territories and areas adjoining to Africa within the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, dates of independence, prestige, and leaders of African international locations at independence and now, and years of political independence of Sub-Saharan African countries
• contains six necessary maps, together with an international map and actual, historic, colonial, local and political maps of Africa