Journal

New Africa Spectrum 2/2018

The current issue of the Africa Spectrum deals with the condition of the African National Congress, the connection between riots and the ethnic composition of a neighbourhood, Niger's development towards an oil state and more.

Africa Spectrum Vol. 53, No. 2 (2018)

Editorial

  • Julia Grauvogel: For the First Time from this Editor
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Research Articles

  • Susan Booysen: Hegemonic Struggles of the African National Congress: From Cacophony of Morbid Symptoms to Strained Renewal
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  • Kingsley Lawrence Madueke, Floris Vermeulen: Frontiers of Ethnic Brutality in an African City: Explaining the Spread and Recurrence of Violent Conflict in Jos, Nigeri
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  • Jannik Schritt, Nikolaus Schareika: Crude Moves: Oil, Power, and Politics in Niger
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  • Philip HP Liu: Finding the Baoding Villages: Reviewing Chinese Conceptualisation of Sino–African Agricultural Cooperation
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Analyses and Reports

  • Dirk Kohnert: More Equitable Britain–Africa Relations Post-Brexit: Doomed to Fail?
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Book Reviews

  • Alžběta Šváblová: Review: Petr Skalník et al., Czech and Slovak African Studies after 1960: A critical hindsight (2018)
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  • Hannah Smidt: Review: Aila M. Matanock, Electing Peace: From Civil Conflict to Political Participation (2017)
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  • Tabea Lakemann: Review: Amadou Sy, Africa through an Economic Lens (2018)
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Other News

Cooperation |

PINPoints is the biannual online publication of PIN. Each issue contains an overview of past and future events, reports of PIN related activities and, most importantly, articles with the latest developments and insights in international negotiation research.

Award |

For the second time, a young researcher from the GIGA receives the Leibniz Dissertation Award. Dr. Felix Haaß was awarded the prize for his dissertation “Buying Democracy? The Political Economy of Foreign Aid, Power-Sharing Governments, and Post-Conflict Political Development.”

In brief |

Panel discussion with GIGA President Prof. Dr. Amrita Narlikar at the KörberForum in Hamburg.