Cold War to Cold Peace: Explaining U.S.-French Competition in Francophone Africa
Peter J. Schraeder examines the rise and evolution of U.S.-French competition in francophone Africa. He concludes that this case is indicative of the emergence of a cold peace in which the great powers struggle for economic supremacy in the highly competitive economic environment of the post-cold war.
The Root Causes of Sudan's Civil Wars, Douglas H. Johnson Reviewed by Peter J. Schraeder
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North Korea and the West
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