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  • Author:
    Jack Mangala
  • ISBN:
    0230107966
  • ISBN13:
    978-0230107960
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    Palgrave Macmillan; 2010 edition (January 19, 2011)
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    296 pages
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    Social Sciences
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Jack Mangala is an Associate Professor of Political Science and African and African American Studies at Grand Valley State University . Bibliographic Information. New Security Threats and Crises in Africa. Regional and International Perspectives.

Jack Mangala is an Associate Professor of Political Science and African and African American Studies at Grand Valley State University, where he also serves both as the Director of the African and African American Studies Program and the Director of the Area Studies Center in the Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies. He is co-author of Assessing George W. Bush’s Policies toward Africa: Proposals for the New . President and African Leaders. Show all. Table of contents (12 chapters).

This book is a multidisciplinary approach to Africa’s international relations in an era of globalization and the shifting of power from the West.

This book explores the underlying tensions between a state-centric concept of security, and the concept of human security with respect to a number of. .Be the first to ask a question about New Security Threats and Crises in Africa. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

This book explores the underlying tensions between a state-centric concept of security, and the concept of human security with respect to a number of new security threats emanating from situations of forced displacement o Since the end of the Cold War, the concept of national security has been widened to include a range of non-military threats to the security of th.

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This book explores the underlying tensions between a state-centric concept of security, and the concept of human security . This book is a multidisciplinary approach to Africa's international relations in an era of globalization and the shifting of power from the West.

This book explores the underlying tensions between a state-centric concept of security, and the concept of human security with respect to a number of new security threats emanating from situations of forced displacement of populations, terrorism, diseases, food insecurity, and the impacts of climate change, all of which are prevalent in Africa and give a particular resonance to the evolving security discourse.

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New Security Threats and Crises in Africa . This book investigates the expanding involvement of China in security cooperation in Africa

New Security Threats and Crises in Africa: Regional and International Perspectives. This book investigates the expanding involvement of China in security cooperation in Africa.

Regional and International Perspectives.

His most recent publications include Assessing George W. President and African Leaders (Universe Press, 2009), Africa and the New World Era: From Humanitarianism to a Strategic View (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010) and New Security Threats and Crises in Africa: Regional and International Perspectives (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010). During his sabbatical stay at Carleton, Professor Mangala will be working on two forthcoming books.

Southern Africa: Threats and Capabilities. IPI owes a great debt of thanks to the generous contrib-utors to the Africa Program. International Affairs entitled Coping with Crisis in Africa: Strengthening Multilateral Capacity for Peace and Security. Africa Program Working Paper Series. Their support reflects a widespread demand for innovative thinking on practical solutions to continental challenges. Each meeting sought to identify the most important trends facing the continent and to propose effective and far-reaching strategic approaches to meet the new challenges facing Africa in the twenty-first century.

Since the end of the Cold War, the concept of national security has been widened to include a range of non-military threats to the security of the state. This book explores the underlying tensions between a state-centric concept of security, and the concept of human security with respect to a number of new security threats emanating from situations of forced displacement of populations, terrorism, diseases, food insecurity, and the impacts of climate change, all of which are prevalent in Africa and give a particular resonance to the evolving security discourse. The volume undertakes a thorough interdisciplinary investigation of the tensions between state security and human security in the search for solutions to African crises by the international community and regional actors.