State Building and Democratization in Africa: Faith, Hope, and Realities

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Africa," then there must be something new out of South Africa; if not, the twenty-first century seems too terrifying to contemplate.


NOTES
1
Peter Vale, "Regional Security in Southern Africa", Alternatives 21 ( 1996).
2
Government of South Africa, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, "White Paper on National Water Policy for South Africa," April 1997.
3
UNDP, Human Development Report 1997 ( New York: Oxford University Press, 1997), 222-23.
4
UNDP, Human Development Report, 76.
5
African National Congress ( ANC), The Reconstruction and Development Program (Johannesburg: Umanyano Press, 1994).
6
Government of South Africa, Growth, Employment, and Redistribution: A Macroeconomic Strategy ( Pretoria: Department of Finance, 1996).
7
Gary Gereffi and Donald L. Wyman, eds., Manufacturing Miracles: Paths of Industrialization in Latin America and East Asia ( Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1990); William D. Graf, "Democratization 'for' the Third World: Critique of a Hegemonic Project", special issue of Canadian Journal of Development Studies entitled Governance, Democracy, and Human Rights, ed. Nasir Islam and David R. Morrison ( 1996); Nigel Harris, The End of the Third World: Newly Industrializing Countries and the Decline of an Ideology (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986); Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund ( OECF), "Issues Related to a World Bank's Approach to Structural Adjustment: Proposal from a Major Partner", OECF Occasional Paper No.1, October, 1991; Barbara Stallings, ed., Global Change, Regional Response: The New International Context of Development ( Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995); UNDP, Human Development Report; World Bank, The East Asian Miracle: Economic Growth and Public Policy ( Washington, DC: World Bank, 1993; World Bank, World Development Report 1997: The State in a Changing World ( New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997).
8
Roger Southall, "Beyond the 'Double Whammy': The New South Africa in the New World Order", Third World Quarterly 15, no. 1 ( 1994).
9
Cf. Stephen Gelb, "South Africa's Post-Apartheid Political Economy", in Larry A. Swatuk and David R. Black, eds., Bridging the Rift: The New South Africa in Africa ( Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1997); Joan M. Nelson and Stephanie J. Eglinton, Global Goals, Contentious Means: Issues of Multiple Aid Conditionality ( London: ODC, 1993).
10
Dan O'Meara, Forty Lost Years: The Apartheid State and the Politics of the National Party, 1948- 1994 (Johannesburg: Ravan, 1996), 21.
11
O'Meara, Forty Lost Years, 64.
12
O'Meara, Forty Lost Years, 64-65.
13
O'Meara, Forty Lost Years, 65.
14
Heribert Adam and Kogila Moodley, The Negotiated Revolution: Society and Politics in Post-Apartheid South Africa (Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball, 1993), 1.
15
Rob Davies and Dan O'Meara, "The State of Analysis of the Southern African Region: Issues Raised by South African Strategy", Review of African Political Economy 29 ( July 1984): 68.
16
O'Meara, Forty Lost Years, 184-85.
17
O'Meara, Forty Lost Years, 184.

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