Emeritus Professor in Humanities, Rhodes University, South Africa; Distinguished Visiting Scholar University of Connecticut Humanities Institute, United States; Visiting Professor, WISER, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa.
Domains of politics and modes of rule : Political structures of the neocolonial state in Africa
“A concise, dense and illuminating dissection of the workings of the post-independence African state that also charts a path towards imagining and working for a true politics of liberation.” — Ndongo Samba Sylla, Senior Researcher, Rosa Luxemburg Foundation.
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Internationalism and neocolonialism, The problem of neocolonialism in Africa, How are we to think these problems?, The origins of contemporary neocolonialism, How are we to think neocolonialism today?, The three domains of state politics, Civil Society, Uncivil Society, ‘Traditional Society’, “Conclusions: Some consequences for popular policies”, About the author