In this edition we examine America's 'War on Terrorism' following the events of September 11 2001 in that country, and their aftermaths. The 'war' has been the dominant global rhetoric ever since that unfortunate incident, with global ramifications. But what are the implications of the 'war' for Africa? How will it impact on the current democracy projects in the continent? And how will it affect Muslim-Christian relations? These are some of the questions contributors seek to answer in this edition. Of course the discussion of the various contributions in the lead theme is, as usual, bound to enlighten and provoke. Besides the lead themes we have also many other thought-provoking articles - from Professor Ali Mazrui's 'Towards Post Colonial pacification' to Anne Serafin's review of Josef Gugler's African Film: Re-imagining a Continent.
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|Publisher: ||Adonis & Abbey Publishers Ltd|
|Date published: ||Dec 2006|
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