African Foreign Policies


This volume of thirteen original essays provides a timely analysis of African foreign policies in a post-Cold War environment where African marginalization from the global economy appears to be increasing. Four thematic essays give an overview of critical changes occurring in African foreign policies, & ten country-by-country case studies provide specific analyses of decision-making, intraregional relations, & the struggles over policy with external agencies, including the World Bank & the International Monetary Fund. African Foreign Policies offers explanations for how African states are adapting to the international challenges of the late twentieth century.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Boulder, CO
Publication year:
  • 1998