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Neuman, International Relations Theory and the Third World , William Hale and Eberhard Kienle, After the Cold War: Security and Democracy in Africa and Asia , and Raymond L.
      
Conceptualizing/Re-conceptualizing Africa: The Construction of African Historical Identity
      
Despite scholarly assertions to the contrary, the dramatic increase in the scale and intensity of migration in Africa, since the fifteenth century, has made the formation of ethnically constituted states the exception rather than the rule.
      
The exploration of relations between the Nubians and the Nabateans opens new possibilities concerning the historical and historiographic linkages between ancient East Africa and the ancient Middle East.
      
Since Portuguese administrators in East Africa became dependent on the Swahili as a result of the conceptual categories they employed, we should more closely scrutinize the role and legacies of preconceptions in cross-cultural interaction.
      
Taiwan and Africa: Taipei's Continuing Search for International Recognition
      
Cameroon's Stalled Transition to Democratic Governance: Lessons for Africa's New Democrats
      
Enacting their Business Environments: Asian Entrepreneurs in East Africa
      
The main objective of this paper is to contribute to explaining the outstanding business success among the Asian diaspora in East Africa as compared to the native African population.
      
Media, Identity and the Public Sphere in Post-Apartheid South Africa: An Introduction
      
Representations of Africa have been challenged in the past by movements such as negritude and pan-Africanism.
      
Thabo Mbeki's proclamation of the African Renaissance can be seen as another attempt to fight and challenge prevailing representations of Africa.
      
The essay contends that the call for an African Renaissance is an important effort which needs to be adopted by Africans beyond the borders of South Africa.
      
This article argues that media are not merely conduits for the government, political parties or citizens in post-apartheid South Africa, but have emerged as autonomous power centres in competition with other power centres.
      
South Africa's 'coloured people' have, insofar as they can be described as a distinctive group, tended historically to be viewed as a 'minority group' that does not warrant separate research attention.
      
Unsung Heroines: Media Reflections of the Social Conflict in South Africa
      
Thus, although the TRC process may have been helpful to individual women, it can be argued that it has had little impact on how people view women's role in South Africa, and more generally in armed conflict and social unrest world-wide.
      
Through the Pagad stories, Muslims in South Africa are treated by the media with an extremely constricted vocabulary which gives little of the suppleness needed to distinguish between Muslims, and the violence enacted in the name of Islam.
      
However, in spite of the fact that numerous black newspapers have subsisted to this day, there remains a dearth of black cartoonists in South Africa.
      
In South Africa, access to new communications and information technologies is limited to a few people owing to the high costs of these technologies.
      
 

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