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The African Diaspora in the Austrian Political Economy: A Marxist Analysis By Mathias Sajovitz
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More than 25,000 people of African descent are living in Austria, one of the richest political economies in the world that is part and parcel of one of the strongest neo-imperialist blocks in the... More > form of the European Union. Migration of Africans to Austria thus must be seen in the context of global capitalism, which has harmfully impacted on the global South by means of neo-imperialism and thus has led to migration to the global North. By referring to Marxist theory, more particularly world-systems-theory and Marxist migration theory, the book at hand examines the African Diaspora in Austria from a twofold perspective. First, it illustrates the role of Austria in the global economy after World War II and during the emergence of global turbo-capitalism. Second, the narrative illustrates how people deprived of their livelihoods on the African continent become subjects of exploitation and discrimination in Austria via the asylum route.< Less
The African Diaspora in the Austrian Political Economy: A Marxist Analysis By Mathias Sajovitz
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More than 25,000 people of African descent are living in Austria, one of the richest political economies in the world that is part and parcel of one of the strongest neo-imperialist blocks in the... More > form of the European Union. Migration of Africans to Austria thus must be seen in the context of global capitalism, which has harmfully impacted on the global South by means of neo-imperialism and thus has led to migration to the global North. By referring to Marxist theory, more particularly world-systems-theory and Marxist migration theory, the book at hand examines the African Diaspora in Austria from a twofold perspective. First, it illustrates the role of Austria in the global economy after World War II and during the emergence of global turbo-capitalism. Second, the narrative illustrates how people deprived of their livelihoods on the African continent become subjects of exploitation and discrimination in Austria via the asylum route.< Less
African Cultures & The African Diaspora By Janet L. DeCosmo
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African film seen within cultural, historical and political economic context. Contains writings of W.E.B. DuBois, Patrice Lumumba, and Haile Selassie. Reviews the oral and written traditions of... More > Africa, the role of women, as well as visual arts, music, dance and food. Covers political economy context including the triangular trade in slaves, contact with Europeans, and modern conflicts, such as in Dharfur (Sudan) and Mali.< Less
History of Gambia Political Governance and Economy By Goephry Williams
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History of Gambia Political Governance and Economy. Democracy practices, Human right and Trade Management. A Book on Gambia Environment will guide you through. Political risk in the tiny West African... More > state of “The Gambia” is high. Named after the small river around which its borders fluctuate, the country hosts a dictatorship established in a 1994 coup. The country also hosts Hizbollah operatives who conduct international financial transactions, and is one of the top African cocaine transshipment points to Europe. Local businesses are considering fleeing to Sierra Leone to escape a raft of seemingly arbitrary and protectionist laws promulgated by the President for potentially personal reasons. Many small business owners and foreign investors see Sierra Leone as a better alternative, and are considering migrating their businesses. However, according to Ease of Doing Business data from the World Bank, The Gambia has a fighting chance against its nearest competitor. In 2013< Less
African Economics - The Foregone Alternative By H. Kwame Afaglo
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With Africa showing signs of economic progress, it is worth reviewing its performance, whiles benchmarking it against advanced economies, with the intention of accelerating its growth. African... More > Economics - The Foregone Alternative brings to forth proposals to drive Africa into an advanced economic status, with insights into factors as: population dynamics, health, energy sources, human resource, remittances, external debt, international trade, inflation, interest rates, regionalism and common currency.< Less
African Economics - The Foregone Alternative By H. Kwame Afaglo
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With Africa showing signs of economic progress, it is worth reviewing its performance, whiles benchmarking it against advanced economies, with the intention of accelerating its growth. African... More > Economics - The Foregone Alternative brings to forth proposals to drive Africa into an advanced economic status, with insights into factors as: population dynamics, health, energy sources, human resource, remittances, external debt, international trade, inflation, interest rates, regionalism and common currency.< Less
Elephant in the Room: The Economy and Whose Job It Is To Fix It By Joyce Reba Payne
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This book relates to the economic situation that threatens the security of American but it approaches the problem and solution from a Christian perspective and particularly as it relates to African... More > Americans in this nation.< Less
Burkina Faso Governance, Economy and Political History By Umar Keita
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Burkina Faso Governance, Economy Political History Since its independence on 5August 1960, the political scene has been characterized by the succession of constitutional regimes and emergency laws... More > resulting from military coups d’etat. The return to constitutional life started in 1991 with the adoption of the constitution which lays down the free existence of parties. The new constitution instituting a semi-presidential regime enabled Burkina Faso to embark on multiparty politics and the establishment of democratic institutions. Originally elected by direct universal suffrage for seven years, the president inter alia, sets the major guidelines for state policy and appoints the Prime Minister. However, the early period of the fourth Republic unfolded in a context marked by a crisis born of the protest movements for democracy at the national level (pressing demands from opposition parties and civil society), clamours for opening up to the outside world (La Baule Speech) and.....< Less
Central African Republic Diplomatic Handbook By IBPUSA
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Central African Republic Diplomatic Handbook By IBPUSA
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Ultimate information on political, government, foreign relations, international economic and diplomatic activity information on the country