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Negotiating Statehood

Author : Tobias Hagmann
ISBN : 9781444395570
Genre : Political Science
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Negotiating Statehood: Dynamics of Power and Domination in Africa provides a conceptual framework for analysing dynamic processes of state-making in Africa. Features a conceptual framework which provides a method for analysing the everyday making, contestation, and negotiation of statehood in contemporary Africa Conceptualizes who negotiates statehood (the actors, resources and repertoires), where these negotiation processes take place, and what these processes are all about Includes a collections of essays that provides empirical and analytical insights into these processes in eight different country studies in Africa Critically reflects on the negotiability of statehood in Africa
Category: Political Science

The Rwenzururu Movement In Uganda

Author : Martin Doornbos
ISBN : 9781351708982
Genre : Political Science
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This book provides a comprehensive account and analysis of the Rwenzururu movement in Western Uganda. The movement began in the 1960s in the Rwenzori region of Toro District, and was a protest by the minority Bakonzo and Baamba ethnic groups against their continued discrimination and incorporation in the Batoro-dominated kingdom-district. In the course of the years this movement experienced various significant transformations, and in the end came to demand recognition of Rwenzururu’s claimed semi-traditional kingship within Uganda. Martin Doornbos illuminates how the Rwenzururu came to life. He documents and analyses the transformations that the movement has undergone, and shows how the Ugandan government responded to, and eventually accepted, the movement while igniting continuing enmity and violence in the process.
Category: Political Science

Transition And Justice

Author : Gerhard Anders
ISBN : 9781118944752
Genre : Political Science
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Transition and Justice examines a series of cases fromacross the African continent where peaceful ‘newbeginnings’ were declared after periods of violence and wheretransitional justice institutions helped define justice and the newsocio-political order. Offers a new perspective on transition and justice in Africatranscending the institutional limits of transitional justice Covers a wide range of situations, and presents a broad rangeof sites where past injustices are addressed Examines cases where peaceful ‘new beginnings’ havebeen declared after periods of violence Addresses fundamental questions about transitions and justicein societies characterized by a high degree of external involvementand internal fragmentation
Category: Political Science