AAS112B 18 March 2015 - AAS112B Lecture Wednesday March 18 2015 Kwame Nimako Africa In the Third World Africas International Relations

AAS112B 18 March 2015 - AAS112B Lecture Wednesday March 18...

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AAS112B Lecture Wednesday, March 18, 2015 Kwame Nimako Africa: In the Third World Africa’s International Relations
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 African Intellectual  Traditions: Context Corrective Philosophical currents Cultural or ethnic specific (Indigenization) Ideological or policy oriented (Pan- Africanism, Negritude, Harambee, Ujamaa-African socialism, African Humanism, Authenticity, African Renaissance)
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 African Intellectual  Traditions: Content Historical (Colonial legacy) Structural (World Order/International Division of Labour) Developmental(Development=Modernizati on-Dependency)
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Some Key Concepts Self Determination, Trusteeship, UN as Benevolent Imperialist (The three Sovereignties) Cold War Pan-Africanism Horizontal Integration Vertical Integration Sub-imperialism Neo-colonialism/Dependency Neo-liberalism
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Questions to be addressed: Can we speak of Africa’s International Relations? Yes. Who re-defines Africa? Who speaks for Africa? Who represents Africa? (Internal versus External legitimacy) Topics
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On World Order Key Component: Hegemony ‘Four times in the modern age men have sat down to reorder the world – at the Peace of Westphalia in 1648 after the thirty Years War, at the Congress of Vienna in 1815 after the Napoleonic Wars, in Paris in 1919 after World War 1, and in San Francisco in 1945 after World War II’.
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