Globalization and the New World Order: Promises, Problems, and Prospects for Africa in the Twenty-First Century


Globalization presents a paradox in light of the tendency toward regionalization in world trade and investment, and the emergence of the three economic super blocs--the Asia-Pacific Rim, North America, and the European Economic Community. The Third World countries and regions in Africa, Latin America, and elsewhere are left out of the action. This work states the fundamental problems that face Africa, draws the attention of the world policy makers to the problems, and proposes answers and solutions.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Elizabeth A. Garbrah-aidoo
  • Louis O. Osuji
  • N. Frank Ekanem
  • Berhanu Mengistu
  • Mtumwa Mfikirwa
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1997


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