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Book/Monograph
1995
Longman

These two witty and perceptive social dramas are sympathetic and honest explorations of the conflicts between the individualism of westernised culture and the social traditions of Africa. Both plays have been performed throughout the world. Based on the old Ghanaians legend, Anowa is the story of a young woman who decides, against her parent’s wishes, to marry th...

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Book/Monograph
1995
Longman

These two witty and perceptive social dramas are sympathetic and honest explorations of the conflicts between the individualism of westernised culture and the social traditions of Africa. Both plays have been performed throughout the world. Based on the old Ghanaians legend, Anowa is the story of a young woman who decides, against her parent’s wishes, to marry th...

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Book/Monograph
1999
UNESCO

The World Bank and the faith communities have a major role to play in attacking the root causes of African poverty within and outside the continent. This book discusses the principles and practicalities of a partnership, covering a broad range of development topics. It draws on an extraordinary conference, organized jointly by the Council of Anglican Provinces of A...

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Journal article
2019
Taylor & Francis Group

The strategic guidelines directing Algerian foreign policy are still dominated by normative principles inherited from the early years of the national independence war, which have underpinned the construction of the regime's legitimacy. This doctrinal position has been shaken up by new security threats coming from neighbouring countries. This article analyses the ev...

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Journal article
2012
Taylor & Francis

This article analyses the dilemmas which the liberation struggle in Southern Africa, and specifically the Zimbabwean war of liberation, presented both for the many Zimbabwean refugees in Botswana and for the Botswana government. As a neighbouring state of both Rhodesia and South Africa, Botswana sought to follow a policy of diplomacy in resolving conflicts between ...

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Journal article
2012
Taylor & Francis

This article analyses the dilemmas which the liberation struggle in Southern Africa, and specifically the Zimbabwean war of liberation, presented both for the many Zimbabwean refugees in Botswana and for the Botswana government. As a neighbouring state of both Rhodesia and South Africa, Botswana sought to follow a policy of diplomacy in resolving conflicts between ...

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