AFRICA
Special Bibliography No. 159
Supplement No. 37


December 2004

Compiled by Joan T. Phillips
Bibliographer, Air University Library       
Maxwell AFB, AL


Table of Contents

General Information | Economics Aspects| Foreign Relations | Foreign Relations - U.S. | Health | History | Military Aspects | Natural Resources | Politics and Government | Social Aspects | African Union |

Central Africa | Eastern Africa | Northern Africa | Southern Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | Western Africa |

Algeria | Angola | Benin | Botswana | Burkina Faso | Burundi | Cameroon | Cape Verde Central African Republic | Chad | Comoros | Congo (Brazzaville) | Congo ( Kinshasa) | Cote D'lvoire | Djibouti | Equatorial Guinea | Eritrea | Ethiopia | Gabon | Gambia | Ghana | Guinea | Guinea-Bissau | Kenya | Lesotho | Liberia | Madagascar | Malawi | Mali | Mauritania | Mauritius | Morocco | Mozambique | Namibia | Niger | Nigeria | Rwanda | Sao Tome and Principe | Senegal | Seychelles | Sierra Leone | Somalia | Somalia-Operation Restore Hope| South Africa  |  Sudan | Swaziland | Tanzania | Togo | Tunisia | Uganda | Zambia | Zimbabwe


General Information


Internet Resources

Africa Action.
Available online at: http://www.africaaction.org/index.php
"Africa Action is the oldest organization in the U.S. working on African affairs. Our mission is to change U.S. Africa relations to promote political, economic and social justice in Africa. We provide accessible information and analysis and we mobilize popular support for campaigns to achieve this mission."

Africa Center for Strategic Studies.
Available online at: http://www.africacenter.org/
A Department of Defense Initiative and a component of the National Defense University which purports to bring each weekday "the most important news affecting Africa."

Africa Daily.
Available online at: http://www.africadaily.com/
Daily news about all sections of Africa and all phases of life.

Africa Data Dissemination Service.
Available online at: http://igskmncnwb015.cr.usgs.gov/adds/
"The Goal of the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET) is to strengthen the abilities of foreign countries and regional organizations to manage risk of food insecurity through the provision of timely and analytical early warning and vulnerability information."

Africa Online.
Available online at: http://bamako.africaonline.com/afol/index.php
General information about Africa with specific information about Cote D'Ivoire, Ethiopia, Ghana, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, Senegal, Kenya, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

African Governments on the WWW.
Available online at: http://www.gksoft.com/govt/en/africa.html
Comprehensive and updated list of government agencies and embassies. Tabular index by country indicates number of entries and last update.

African Studies Center.
Available online at: http://www.sas.upenn.edu/African_Studies/AS.html
Established by the African Studies Center at the University of Pennsylvania. Good links to other sites organized by country or topic.

African Studies Internet Resources.
Available online at: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/indiv/africa/cuvl/
Columbia University's electronic compilation of resources on Africa organized by region and country.

Afrika.no.
Available online at: http://www.afrika.no
Index on Africa supported by the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Includes links, opinions and news.

AllAfrica.com.
Available online at: http://allafrica.com/
"This website, allAfrica.com, is among the Internet's largest content sites, posting over 800 stories daily in English and French and offering a diversity of multi-lingual streaming programming as well as over 600,000 articles in our searchable archive."

H-Africa.
Available online at: http://www.h-net.org/~africa/
A scholarly African web page that explores Africa's history and culture through conference reports, discussions, dissertations, documents, essays, obituaries and journals.

Institute for Security Studies.
Available online at: http://www.iss.co.za/
Mission of the institute is to conceptualize, inform and enhance the security debate in Africa.

Limb, Peter. A-Z of African Studies on the Internet from Michigan State University.
Available online at: http://www.lib.msu.edu/limb/a-z/az.html
Extensive links to web sites about Africa or on African studies. Includes journals and list serves.

Newslink: African Newspapers.
Available online at: http://newslink.org/nonusf.html
Links to newspapers for Congo-Kinshasa, Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Madagascar, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Stanford University. Africa South of the Sahara: Selected Internet Resources.
Available online at: http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/ssrg/africa/guide.html
An excellent and extensive source of information about Africa. Organized by topics and regions.

U.S. Agency for International Development in Africa.
Available online at: http://www.usaid.gov/locations/sub-saharan_africa/
Gives general information about U.S. programs in Africa.

U.S. Dept of State. Bureau of African Affairs.
Available online at: http://www.state.gov/p/af/
Includes regional topics, country information, U.S. official's travel to region, and official releases.

University of Michigan. Foreign Governments: Sub-Saharan Africa.
Available online at: http://www.lib.umich.edu/govdocs/forafr.html
General information about 39 Sub-Saharan African countries.

Books

Africa South of the Sahara 2004. 33rd ed. New York, Europa Publications, 2004. 1422 p.
Book call no.: R916.7 A258 33rd ed. 2004


Economic Aspects


Internet Resources

Abeyratne, Ruwantissa. Implications of the Yamoussoukro Decision on African Aviation. Air & Space Law 28: December 2003-January 2004. 14 p.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,url,uid&db=aph&an=11584628
Discusses the aviation industry in Africa.

MBendi: Information for Africa.
Available online at: http://mbendi.co.za/index.htm
Provides information on business opportunities in the countries in Africa.
 
Books

Africa South of the Sahara 2004. 33rd ed. New York, Europa Publications, 2004. 1422 p.
Economic Trends in Africa South of the Sarah, 2003 by Donald L. Sparks, pp 12-21.
Book call no.: R916.7 A258 33rd ed. 2004

African Economies in Transition, Volume 1: The Changing Role of the State edited by Jo Ann Paulson. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1999. 342 p. (Studies on the African Economies)
Book call no.: 338.96 A2584 v.1

Armed Conflict in Africa, edited by Carolyn Pumphrey and Rye Schwartz-Barcott. Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press, 2003. 313 p.
Book call no.: 303.64096 A728

Problematising the African Renaissance, edited by Eddy Maloka and Elizabeth Le Roux. Pretoria, South Africa, Africa Institute of South Africa, 2000. 92 p.
Book call no.: 320.549096 P962

U.S. Hegemony and International Organizations: United States and Multilateral Institutions, edited by Rosemary Foot and others. New York, Oxford University Press, 2003. 296 p.
Making Africa Safe for Capitalism: U.S. Policy and Multilateralism in Africa by Philip Nel, pp 167-192.
Book call no.: 341.2 U58

Periodicals

Ademiluyi, Sanya. Size Doesn't Matter. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 10:33-34+ March 2004.
"Celtel, formally known as MSI Cellular, is proving to the world that it does not have to be a huge company to make a huge and successful impact on telecom business in Africa."

Africa/ACP: No Preference. Africa Confidential 45:5 July 9, 2004.
"As global rules are renegotiated, Africa may get left behind again."

Africa: Lions and Hyenas. Africa Confidential 44:8 August 8, 2003.
Botswana, South Africa, Mauritius, Namibia and Tunisia are considered economic successes while Congo-Brazzaville, Zimbabwe, Chad, Guinea, and Nigeria are economic failures

Africa/Oil: The East Needs Oil. Africa Confidential 45:5-7 May 28, 2004.
Higher oil prices are helping Africa's producers and punishing its consumers.

African Mobile Telephones: Ain't No Mountain High Enough. Economist 369:62 November 1, 2003.
The proliferation of cellphones across Africa.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,url,uid&db=f5h&an=11269385

African Telecoms: Vodacom, Vodago. Economist 371:60 June 5, 2004.
"A surprise exit from Africa's most promising market."
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Asante, S. K. B. Should African Countries Liberalise at Any Cost? New African No.422:46-48 October 2003.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,url,uid&db=aph&an=10946135

At Issue: Should Western Donors Impose Strict Conditions for African Debt Relief? CQ Researcher 13:713 August 29, 2003.
Presents the pros to this question by George Ayittey and the cons by Michelle Carter.

Atwood, J. Brian and Lyman, Princeton N. G8 Partnership with Africa: Relevant to All. World Today 60:26-27 June 2004.

Banda, Muzordwasi. Africa Will Triumph. New African No.423:24 November 2003.
"President Mwai Kibaki has invited European business leaders to embrace the new era of opportunities in Kenya and Africa as a whole."
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Baumgartner, Peter. Africa's Poor Connection. World Press Review 51:24-25 February 2004.
Most countries in Sub-Saharan Africa have poor telephone connections.

Bell, Paul. IT Solution to Old Problem. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 10:33-34 January 2004.
"Investment in modern technology is Africa's most efficient option to deliver freer, fair and cheaper elections."

Bush, George W. Proclamation 7748 - To Take Certain Actions under the African Growth and Opportunity Act, and for Other Purposes. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 40:5-6 January 5, 2004.
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Easterly, William. Playing the Aid Game: President Bush Went to Africa and All We Got Is This Lousy Aid Program. Forbes 172:35 August 11, 2003.
Comments about U.S. aid program to Africa.
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Ecobank on Course. New African No.422:51 October 2003.
"Ecobank has made significant improvement in the past year."
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Gibb, Richard. Globalisation and Africa's Economic Recovery: A Case Study of the European Union - South Africa Post-Apartheid Trading Regime. Journal of Southern African Studies 29:885-901 December 2003.

Gibbon, Peter. The African Growth and Opportunity Act and the Global Commodity Change for Clothing. World Development 31:1809-1827 November 2003.
"Examines responses to the African Growth and Opportunity Act in Sub-Saharan Africa's clothing sector."

Goldstein, Harry. Surf Africa. IEEE Spectrum 41:48-54 February 2004.
Telecommunications in Africa.

Graham-Rowe, Duncan. Aircraft Risk Navigation Error. New Scientist 179:8 August 23, 2003.
Probes the reasons for a near miss on an airline flight from London to Ethiopia.
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Gregow, Karin. EU Imposes Its Free Trade Agenda on Africa. African Agenda 7, no.1:14-15 2004.
"As African regions get set to launch negotiations with the European Union under so called Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs), African civil society warns of the dangers of these free trade agreements."

Gringow, Karen. Africa Looks beyond Cancun. African Agenda 6, no.4:15 2003.
"African trade negotiators and experts met in Accra to find a common way forward after Cancun."

Grundy, Trevor. No G8 Invitation This Year. New African No.429:26 May 2004.
"African leaders will not be invited to this year's G8 conference to be held in Georgia, USA, because of the 'more pressing' issues about the Middle East and 'terrorism'."
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Gyan-Apenteng, Kwasi. African Civil Society Groups Put WTO on Notice. African Agenda 6, no.3:17 2003.
"African Trade Network and Southern African Peoples Solidarity Network discuss strategy for Cancun at Johannesburg conference."

Hormeku, Tetteh. African Ministers Re-Affirm Opposition to New Issues. African Agenda 6, no.3:11-13 2003.
"African ministers of trade, re-affirmed their long-standing position that the forthcoming Cancun WTO Ministerial Conference should focus on addressing their developmental concerns in the existing agreements, instead of starting negotiations for new agreements."

Kachingwe, Nancy. EPA Negotiations: A Line Not to Cross. African Agenda 7, no.2:9-11 2004.
"EPAs (Economic Partnership Agreements) have far-reaching implications for development, regional integration, economic recovery and the ability of African citizens to have a say in the development direction of their choice."

Khana, Ticha. Is Uganda in the G-8 Camp? World Press Review 50:19 December 2003.
"Focuses on a letter purportedly written by President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda urging fellow African presidents to disassociate themselves from the position of other developing countries in the World Trade Organization's negotiations in Cancun, Mexico."

King, Martin L. Faltering Growth. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 9:37-38 December 2003.
"The Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) predicts marginal growth for Ghana's economy this year; but the commission expects African countries with well-managed economies to do well."

Klingelbiel, Stephan and Ogbamichael, Huria. Poor Performers in Sub-Saharan Africa: Exclusion or Integration? African Security Review 13, no.1:13-19 2004.
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Konings, Piet. Organised Labour and Neo-Liberal Economic and Political Reforms in West and Central Africa. Journal of Contemporary African Studies 21:447-471 September 2003.

Lu Ting'en. Africa Ready for Change. Beijing Review 47:12-14 June 3, 2004.
"Africa, long seen as the continent of conflict, is shaking off this image with new commitments of development and peace."

Matthews, Sally. Post-Development Theory and the Question of Alternatives: A View from Africa. Third World Quarterly 25:373-384 April 2004.
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McGrath, Simon. What Can South Africa Learn form Skills Development for Enterprise Development Experiences in the Rest of Africa? Africa Insight 33:43-49 September 2003.

Moves to Separate NEPAD from African Union's Jurisdiction - New Threat to Regional Integration? African Agenda 7, no.1:3-31 2004.

Museveni, Yoweri. Why Africa Is Lagging behind. New African No.423:12-16 November 2003.
President Museveni of Uganda presents his thoughts on the causes for the situation in Africa.

Nel, Philip. Income Inequality, Economic Growth, and Political Instability in Sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of Modern African Studies 41:611-639 December 2003.

A New Satellite for Africa. New African No.427:29 March 2004.
A new satellite W3A to be launched on 16 March by the European satellite agency will help improve communications between Africa and Europe.
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Oguntade, Olufemi. African Renaissance in the Global Trap. Africa Insight 33:20-27 September 2003.

Pitcher, M. Anne. Conditions, Commitments, and the Politics of Restructuring in Africa. Comparative Politics 36:379-398 July 2004.
Donor conditions in Africa have been counterproductive.

Radebe, Jeff. In Africa, Safety Is More Important Than Security. Aviation Week & Space Technology 161:58 July 12, 2004.
Wonders about the safety of transportation systems in Africa.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,url,uid&db=f5h&an=13939120

Rupiya, Martin R. Food Aid: The Implications for Food Security in Africa. African Security Review 13, no.1:83-89 2004.
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Sachs, Jeffrey. Doing the Sums on Africa. Economist 371:19-21 May 22, 2004.
"Small amounts spent on promoting Africa's economy can save billions and make the West more secure."
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Saitoti, George. Reflections on African Development. Journal of Third World Studies 20:13-29 Fall 2003.
Discusses the economic situation in Africa.

Shanmugavelan, Murali. Mobile Africa Must Not Leave Its Villages Behind. Contemporary Review 285:33-34 July 2004.
"Focuses on the growth of the mobile communications industry in Africa.
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South Africa/Africa: Rebirth Pains. Africa Confidential 45:3-4 April 16, 2004.
"The upcoming season of pan-African summits will test the new institutions and promises of reform."

Taverna, Michael A. South of the Sahara: Eutelsat W3A Will Add 11 Transponders for Africa, Helping to Bridge the 'Digital Divide'. Aviation Week & Space Technology 160:36 March 22, 2004.
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Taylor, Ian. NEPAD Ignores the Fundamental Politics of Africa. Contemporary Review 285:29-32 July 2004.
Reviews the progress of NEPAD over the past two years.
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Thirtle, Colin and others. The Impact of Research-Led Agricultural Productivity Growth on Poverty Reduction in Africa, Asia and Latin America. World Development 31:1959-1975 December 2003.

Tiffen, Mary. Transition in Sub-Saharan Africa: Agriculture, Urbanization and Economic Growth. World Development 31:1343-1366 August 2003.

Tiruneh, Gizachew. Democratic Development in Botswana and Tunisia: A Comparative Analysis. Journal of Contemporary African Studies 22:13-28 January 2004.

Vink, Nick. Patience Running out: Land Reform. World Today 60:21-23 March 2004.

Williams, Bideh. Giant Step for Africa. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 10:35-38 May 2004.
"The growth of mobile phones in Africa is phenomenal, but more still needs to be done to make the quiet revolution relevant to everyone."

Williams, Stephen. Boost for Brazil-Africa Co-operation. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 9:39-40 December 2003.
"Visit of Brazilian President to Africa marks the beginning of efforts to create a more powerful voice for the south-south in the WTO."

Wrong, Michela. World View. New Statesman 133:10 June 7, 2004.
African countries receive international aid by claiming to fight terrorism.
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Foreign Relations


Books

Africa Contemporary Record, Volume 27 1998-2000, edited by Colin Legum. New York, Africana Publishing, 2004. 1 vol.
France and Africa by Claude Wauthier, pp A73-A87. Germany and Africa: Renaissance of a Marginalized Policy by Ulf Engel, pp A103-A114.
Book call no.: 960 A2584 v.27 1998/2000

Faria, Fernanda. Crisis Management in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of the European Union. Paris, European Union Institute for Security Studies, 2004. 67 p.
Also available online at: http://www.iss-eu.org/occasion/occ51.pdf
Book call no.: 327.4067 F224c

Herbst, Jeffrey and Mills, Greg. The Future of Africa: A New Order in Sight?  New York, Oxford University Press, 2003. 86 p. (Adelphi Paper, no.361)
Book call no.: 909.82 I61a no.361

Hillstrom, Kevin and Hillstrom, Laurie Collier. Africa and the Middle East: A Continental Overview of Environmental Issues. Santa Barbara, CA, ABC-CLIO, 2003. 277 p.
Book call no.: 363.7 H655a

Periodicals

At Issue: Should Western Donors Impose Strict Conditions for African Debt Relief? CQ Researcher 13:713 August 29, 2003.
Presents the pros to this question by George Ayittey and the cons by Michelle Carter.

Atwood, J. Brian and Lyman, Princeton N. G8 Partnership with Africa: Relevant to All. World Today 60:26-27 June 2004.

Bayart, Jean-Francois. Commentary: Towards a New Start for Africa and Europe. African Affairs 103:453-458 July 2004.

Bensah, Emmanuel K. There Must Be Monsters: Mapping the Landscape of Africa. African Agenda 7, no.2:12-13 2004.
"The panoply of regional organisations on the continent, while not new, presents a number of problems for the integration of Africa."

Boateng, Osei. The Dawning of a New Day. New African No.426:56-57 February 2004.
"The African Union has now fully embraced the Africans in the diaspora and wants them to play a major role in the building of the new Africa."
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Boateng, Osie. Diego Garcia: A Test Case for the African Union. New African No.423:18-19 November 2003.
"The British High Court has thrown out a compensation claim brought by the Ilois people of the Chagos Islands against the British government, saying the case was 'an obviously unmeritorious' one. The stunned Islanders say they will appeal and asked for the support of the African Union."

Brath, Elombe. Aristide's Ouster, African Lessons. New African No.428:12-17 April 2004.
"The African Union and the government of South Africa have added their voice to the demand by the 15-nation Caribbean Community for UN investigation into the ouster of Haitian president, Jean-Bertrand Aristed."
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Britain/Africa: Sins of Omission. Africa Confidential 45:8 February 20, 2003.
A British commission on Africa will not include Thabo Mbeki.

China and Africa: Forget Mao, Let's Do Business. Economist 370:45 February 7, 2004.
"Ideology has gone. Business is what the Chinese care about in Africa."
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Coghlan, Andy. Altered Crops? Let Africa Make up Its Own Mind. New Scientist 180:21 December 20, 2003.
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Commonwealth Leaders. Jet 105:35 January 5, 2004.
Commonwealth leaders meet in Abuja, Nigeria.

Deegan, Heather. Global Agendas for Political Reform: The Case of Africa. Round Table 93:355-368 July 2004.
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Dwyer, Bernie. Cuba's Contribution to the Self-Liberation of Africa Is Fantastic, Says Noam Chomsky. African Agenda 6, no.4:38 2003.

European Union/ACP: Replaying the Aid Game. Africa Confidential 45:6-7 February 6, 2003.
"Transforming Europe means changing its post-colonial trade relations too."

European Union/Africa: Money, Perhaps. Africa Confidential 44:8 November 7, 2003.
"The European Commission proposes to spend 250 million euros to back peacekeeping operations in Africa."

French Security and Defence Policy: The African Dimension. African Armed Forces Journal, pp 18-19, June 2004.
Extracts from a speech made by General Henri Bentegeat, Chief of the French Defence Staff, at a conference held in Pretoria.

Gibb, Richard. Globalisation and Africa's Economic Recovery: A Case Study of the European Union - South Africa Post-Apartheid Trading Regime. Journal of Southern African Studies 29:885-901 December 2003.

Gregow, Karin. EU Imposes Its Free Trade Agenda on Africa. African Agenda 7, no.1:14-15 2004.
"As African regions get set to launch negotiations with the European Union under so called Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs), African civil society warns of the dangers of these free trade agreements."

Grundy, Trevor. No G8 Invitation This Year. New African No.429:26 May 2004.
"African leaders will not be invited to this year's G8 conference to be held in Georgia, USA, because of the 'more pressing' issues about the Middle East and 'terrorism'."
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Grundy, Trevor. Portugal-Africa: 30 Years after the Carnation Revolution. New African No.427:54-57 March 2004.
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In Brief. Jane's Defence Weekly 41:20 February 4, 2004.
Brief articles include: U.S. Army sets up forward base in Ethiopia, Peacekeeping centre opens in Ghana, Djibouti, France stage joint exercise, and U.S., donates to Nigerian AIDS struggle.

Jere-Malanda, Regina. Commonwealth: Whose Wealth? New African No.425:10-13 January 2004.
Considers the benefit of the Commonwealth to Africa.
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Jere-Malanda, Regina. Immigrants: The Real Story. New African No.430:8-13 June 2004.
Discusses immigration in Africa.
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Johnson R. W. Tracking Terror through Africa: Mugabe, Qaddafi and Al-Qaeda. National Interest No.75:161-172 Spring 2004.
"Discusses the issue of tracking terrorism through Africa."
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Julien, Lisa-Anne. Blood Is Thicker Than Water. New African No.427:64-66 March 2004.
The relationship between Africa and the Caribbean.
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Kachingwe, Nancy. EPA Negotiations: A Line Not to Cross. African Agenda 7, no.2:9-11 2004.
"EPAs (Economic Partnership Agreements) have far-reaching implications for development, regional integration, economic recovery and the ability of African citizens to have a say in the development direction of their choice."

Mayall, James. The Commonwealth and Zimbabwe: Resetting the Compass. World Today 59:18-19 December 2003.
Attempts to predict discussions at a forthcoming Commonwealth conference.

Mbakwe, Tom. Africa/UK: Africa Commission Takes off. New African No.430:20-21 June 2004.
Prime Minister Tony Blair establishes a commission to study the challenges facing Africa.
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McKinnon, Don. After Abuja: Africa and the Commonwealth. Round Table 93:403-409 July 2004.
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Michaud, Paul. No More Mercenaries. New African No.422:29 October 2003.
"Paris is fed up with being embarrassed by the mercenary activities of French nationals in Africa, and has promised to clamp down hard on such activities."
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Muekalia, Domingos J. Africa and China's Strategic Partnership. African Security Review 13, no.1:5-11 2004.
Discusses "Sino-Africa relations in the form of high-level official exchanges, trade and co-operation."
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NATO Looking for Bases in Africa. African Armed Forces Journal, pp 14-15, October 2003.

A New Satellite for Africa. New African No.427:29 March 2004.
A new satellite W3A to be launched on 16 March by the European satellite agency will help improve communications between Africa and Europe.
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Oberle, Thierry. An Expanded Role for France: Africa's New Policeman? World Press Review 50:14 August 2003.

Olsen, Gorm R. Challenges to Traditional Policy Options, Opportunities for New Choices: The African Policy of the EU. Round Table 93:425-436 July 2004.
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Pitcher, M. Anne. Conditions, Commitments, and the Politics of Restructuring in Africa. Comparative Politics 36:379-398 July 2004.
Donor conditions in Africa have been counterproductive.

Sachs, Jeffrey. Doing the Sums on Africa. Economist 371:19-21 May 22, 2004.
"Small amounts spent on promoting Africa's economy can save billions and make the West more secure."
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Saltanov, A. May in Africa. International Affairs 50, no.3:15-21 2004.
"Focuses on Russia's relations with states on the African continent."

Sino-African Ties. Beijing Review 47:6 February 12, 2004.
During a visit to Gabon, President Hu Jintao stressed the importance of relationships between China and Africa.

Thompson, Nicholas. Africa's Expat Politics. Foreign Policy 138:91 September/October 2003.
Expatriate populations overseas influence African elections with the help of the internet.
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Whiteman, Kaye. France, Britain and Africa. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 10:10-11 April 2004.
Discusses the ramifications for Africa of the Entente Cordiale between Great Britain and France.

Williams, Stephen. Boost for Brazil-Africa Co-operation. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 9:39-40 December 2003.
"Visit of Brazilian President to Africa marks the beginning of efforts to create a more powerful voice for the south-south in the WTO."

Wrong, Michela. World View. New Statesman 133:17 May 10, 2004.
"When it comes to Africa, our thirst for justice is best not satisfied: let corrupt leaders know that giving up control means a life in peaceful exile, and they may consider doing so."
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Wrong, Michela. World View. New Statesman 133:10 June 7, 2004.
African countries receive international aid by claiming to fight terrorism.
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Wrong, Michela. World View. New Statesman 133:20 July 19, 2004.
"Almost half the population of Africa survives on less than a dollar a day. If journalists write of such poverty, that doesn't make them "Afro-pessimist" or "white racists."
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Foreign Relations - U.S.


Books

Africa Contemporary Record, Volume 27 1998-2000, edited by Colin Legum. New York, Africana Publishing, 2004. 1 vol.
The Clinton Administration and Africa: Assessing Rising Attention (and Expectations) During Its Last Two Years in Office by Peter J. Schrader, pp A88-A102.
Book call no.: 960 A2584 v.27 1998/2000

Campbell, Horace G. The U.S. Security Doctrine and the Africa Crisis Response Initiative. Pretoria, South Africa, 2000. 48 p. (Africa Institute of South Africa)
Doc. call no.: 327.7306 C188u

Parker, Richard Bordeaux. Uncle Sam in Barbary: A Diplomatic History. Gainesville, FL, University Press of Florida, 2004. 285 p. (ADST-DACOR Diplomats and Diplomacy)
Book call no.: 973.47 P242u

U.S. Hegemony and International Organizations: United States and Multilateral Institutions, edited by Rosemary Foot and others. New York, Oxford University Press, 2003. 296 p.
Making Africa Safe for Capitalism: U.S. Policy and Multilateralism in Africa by Philip Nel, pp 167-192.
Book call no.: 341.2 U58

Periodicals

Adebajo, Adekeye. Africa, African Americans, and the Avuncular Sam. Africa Today 50:93-110 Spring 2004.
Examines the effect of African Americans on U.S. policy toward Africa.
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Around the Navy: Joint Forces 'Mop up'. Navy Times 53:7 January 5, 2004.
"Marines - U.S. and Korean - along with U.S. sailors, soldiers and airmen, took part in a nuclear, biological and chemical attack preparedness exercise Dec. 16-18 at Camp Lemonier, Djibouti."

Booker, Salih and Colgan, Ann-Louise. "Compassionate Conservatism" Come to Africa. Current History 103:232-236 May 2004.
U.S. foreign policy for African countries.

Brath, Elombe. Aristide's Ouster, African Lessons. New African No.428:12-17 April 2004.
"The African Union and the government of South Africa have added their voice to the demand by the 15-nation Caribbean Community for UN investigation into the ouster of Haitian president, Jean-Bertrand Aristed."
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Brinkley, C. Mark. Marine's Complacency Cited in Malaria Outbreak. Navy Times 53:18 November 3, 2003.
Marines fail to take medicine and use other precautions.

Bush, George W. Interview with African Journalists. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 39:1293-1300 October 6, 2003.
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Bush, George W. Interview with the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 39:1077-1081 August 25, 2003.
"Interviews U.S. President George W. Bush on the deployment of the U.S. forces in Liberia and other U.S. military operations."
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Bush, George W. Proclamation 7748 - To Take Certain Actions under the African Growth and Opportunity Act, and for Other Purposes. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 40:5-6 January 5, 2004.
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Bush, George W. The Right to Live in Freedom. Vital Speeches 69:610-612 August 1, 2003.
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Chenelly, Joseph R. Broader Anti-Terrorism Missions Sought in North Africa. Army Times 64:9 June 21, 2004.

Coleman, Sarah. The Region: Bush's African Sweep. World Press Review 50:29 September 2003.
The African press wonders about President Bush's trip to Africa.

Commey, Pusch. What Was Bush Looking for in Africa? New African No.421:36-39 August/September 2003.
Discusses President Bush's trip to Africa.
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Correll, John T. European Command Looks South and East. Air Force Magazine 86:60-64 December 2003.

Crawley, Vince. Oil May Determine Troops Staging. Navy Times 52:25 September 29, 2003.
U.S. may use loctions in Sub-Saharan Africa for forward-operating bases.

Crawley, Vince and Lubold, Gordon. African Deployments Coming, Jones Says: U.S. Forces Could Help Local Armies Fight Terrorism. Air Force Times 64:30 April 19, 2004.

Duhs, Tom. The War on Terrorism in the Horn of Africa. Marines 88:54-60 April 2004.
"Analysis of U.S. efforts to conduct counterterrorism operations in the Horn of Africa."

Dwyer, Bernie. Cuba's Contribution to the Self-Liberation of Africa Is Fantastic, Says Noam Chomsky. African Agenda 6, no.4:38 2003.

Easterly, William. Playing the Aid Game: President Bush Went to Africa and All We Got Is This Lousy Aid Program. Forbes 172:35 August 11, 2003.
Comments about U.S. aid program to Africa.
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Hall, Brian K. Air Expeditionary Access: The African Connection. Air & Space Power Journal 17:47-56 Fall 2003.
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Handy, Russell J. Africa Contingency Operations Training Assistance: Developing Training Partnerships for the Future of Africa. Air & Space Power Journal 17:57-64 Fall 2003.
"Shifting the emphasis from direct U.S. involvement in African peacekeeping toward support for the Africa Contingency Operations Training Assistance program promises to create an 'African solution for Africa.'"
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Herbst, Jeffrey and Mills, Greg. Africa and the War on Terror: Based on Papers Presented at the 'Africa after 9/11' Conference Held at Al-Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco, 3-4 July 2003. RUSI Journal 148:12-17 October 2003.

Insight into United States' African Policies: Terrorism and State Partnership Addressed. African Armed Forces Journal, pp 10+, July 2004.
"Policy statement in respect to the United States European Command (EUCOM) concerning Africa."

Kaunda, Kenneth. Still We Rise! New African No.427:10-14 March 2004.
Former President Kenneth Kaunda's speech in United States about Africa.
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Kerr, Paul. Chronology of Bush Claim That Iraq Attempted to Attain Uranium from Niger. Arms Control Today 33:17-21 September 2003.

Klare, Michael T. and Volman, Daniel. Africa's Oil and American National Security. Current History 103:226-231 May 2004.
U.S. dependence on imported oil makes African oil and stability on the continent important to U.S. national security.

Koch, Andrew. U.S. Is Now Set to Turn the Focus on African Security. Jane's Defence Weekly 41:6 April 21, 2004.

Mazzetti, Mark. Not-so-Random Acts of Kindness. U.S. News & World Report 135:36 October 6, 2003.
"Discusses the humanitarian actions of some United States troops in Africa."
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Mazzetti, Mark. Pax Americana. U.S. News & World Report 135:30-37 October 6, 2003.
United States Armed Forces being sent to distant points such as the Horn of Africa.
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Mervis, Jeffrey. Gates Gift Targets Academies for Three African Nations. Science 304:501 April 23, 2004.
Gates Foundation to give $20 million to form national academies in Sub-Saharan African countries.
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Peters, Ralph. The Atlantic Century. Parameters 33:4-16 Autumn 2003.
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Plaut, Martin. Watching over Africa: American Military and the 'War' on Terrorism. World Today 60:18-19 July 2004.
American military interest in Africa.

President Bush's African Tour. World & I 18:44-47 September 2003.
Several articles discuss President Bush's trip to Africa.
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Reinart, Peter. Rigged. New Republic 230:6 June 21, 2004.
"Claims that U.S. President George W. Bush's campaign to build relations with sub-Sahara African nations has more to do with gaining access to oil reserves them with helping the poor."
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Schofield, Clive. Horn of Africa Conflicts Threatened U.S. Anti-Terrorism Efforts. Jane's Intelligence Review 16:46-51 June 2004.

Shinn, David H. Terrorism in East Africa and the Horn: An Overview. Journal of Conflict Studies 23:79-91 Fall 2003.
Overview of the conditions in Eastern Africa with relationship to terrorism and U.S. counter-terrorism policy in this area.

Smith, Adam M. At Last unto the Breach: The Logic of a U.S. Military Command in West Africa. Orbis 48:305-319 Spring 2004.

Special Report: President Bush in Africa. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 9:6-25 August/September 2003.
Many articles about President Bush's trip to Africa.

Special Report: The Carter Center. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 9:17-37 November 2003.
Discusses the Carter Center and former President Carter's effect on Africa.

Stevenson, Jonathan. Africa's Growing Strategic Resonance. Survival 45:153-171 Winter 2003-2004.

USA/Africa: Walter's Woes II. Africa Confidential 44:8 September 26, 2003.
"U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Walter Kansteiner III is leaving his post in November."

Wald, Charles. The United States' Perspective: The Military Overview on Africa. African Armed Forces Journal, pp 27-32, May 2004.

Wald Sees Africa Staying in EUCOM. Air Force Magazine 87:21 June 2004.
Air Force General Charles F. Wald states that "military responsibility for the continent of Africa is best accomplished exactly how it is handle today, as part of U.S. European Command."

Woods, Emira and Hartung, William D. Bush's Africa Agenda. Nation 277:6-7 August 4, 2003.
Considers President Bush's agenda for Africa after a recent tour there.
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Health


Internet Resources

Cross-Species Transmissions of Simian Retroviruses in Africa and Risk for Human Health. Lancet 363: March 20, 2004. 2 p.
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Ethiopia Faces Severe Malaria Epidemic. Lancet 362: December 20, 2003. 1 p.
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Khabir, Ahmad. Vaccination Halts Meningitis Outbreak in Burkina Faso. Lancet 363: April 17, 2004. 1 p.
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Niagia, Santuah. Ghana Battles Drug-Resistant Malaria with Artesunate. Lancet 363: April 24, 2004. 1 p.
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Nigerian State Promises to End Polio Vaccine Boycott. Lancet 363: June 5, 2004. 1 p.
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Nigerian States Again Boycott Polio-Vaccination Drive. Lancet 363: February 28, 2004. 1 p.
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Parola, Philippe and others. Marseilles: A Surveillance Site for Malaria from the Comoros Islands. Journal of Travel Medicine 11: May/June 2004. 3 p.
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"Examines malarial cases on the Comoros Islands in Marseilles.".

Space Agency Donates Satellites to Help Study Ebola. Lancet 363: January 10, 2004. 1 p.
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"European space agency will use satellites to help study Ebola outbreaks in Africa."

USA-Morocco Deal May Extend Drug Patents to 30 Years. Lancet 362: December 6, 2003. 1 p.
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Moroccan-U.S. trade agreement may make Moroccan's access to reasonable drugs more difficult.

Wendo, Charles. Cholera Spreads in Liberia. Lancet 362: September 20, 2003. 1 p.
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Books

Africa South of the Sahara 2004. 33rd ed. New York, Europa Publications, 2004. 1422 p.
Health and Medical Issues in Sub-Saharan Africa by Samuel Crowe, pp 22-26.
Book call no.: R916.7 A258 33rd ed. 2004

Hunter, Susan S. Black Death: AIDS in Africa. New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. 247 p.
Book call no.: 362.1969792 H947b

Periodicals

African Sexual-Health Programmes 'Misguided.' New Internationalist No.359:7 August 2003.
Briefly discusses sexual health programs in Africa.
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AIDS in Africa: Slowly, the Viruses Being Fought. Economist 368:45 September 27, 2003.
"More money, drugs and willpower, but a long way to go."
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AIDS: The Ever-Growing Scourge. America 189:3 August 4, 2003.
Editorial about President Bush's efforts to fight AIDS in Africa and the Caribbean.
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Anderson, George M. Of Many Things. America 191:2 July 5, 2004.
"AIDS continues to ravage much of Africa, and its devastation affects all levels of society."
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Bethell, Tom. The AIDS Scandal That Never Quits. American Spectator 36:36+ October 2003.
Misdiagnosis of AIDS in Africa.
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Bhattacharya, Shaoni. Yaws Adds to Plight of Congo's Forest Dwellers. New Scientist 182:15 May 8, 2004.
"A flesh-eating disease that could be prevented by washing with soap is having a devastating effect on the "forgotten" pygmies of the Republic of Congo."
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Brinkley, C. Mark. Marine's Complacency Cited in Malaria Outbreak. Navy Times 53:18 November 3, 2003.
Marines fail to take medicine and use other precautions.

Brodine, Stephanie K. and others. Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome Knowledge and Risk Factors in Ethiopian Military Personnel. Military Medicine 169:221-226 March 2004.
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Broken Promises: What Hope Is There of Stopping AIDS If Rich Nations Won't Pay up. New Scientist 183:3 July 17, 2004.
Editorial.
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Butler, Declan. Nigerian States Disrupt Campaign to Eradicate Polio. Nature 428:109 March 11, 2004.
Muslim clerics influence the citizens of Kano and Zambara states to rejet immunizations for polio.
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Climactic Malaria Epidemics. Weatherwise 57:15 July/August 2004.
"Seasonal climactic fluctuations - rather than annual high temperatures and rainfall levels - have led to malaria epidemics in parts of Africa."
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Cohen, John. HIV May Shed Some Protection As It Jumps to New Host. Science 303:1956 March 26, 2004.
Studies the transmission of HIV in Zambia.
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Cohen, Jon. Asia and Africa: On Different Trajectories? Science 304:1932+ June 25, 2004.
Compares HIV rates in Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa.
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Coleman, Sarah. Pan-Africa: AIDS Conference. World Press Review 50:28 December 2003.
"Presents new stories concerning the 13th Annual International Conference on AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections in Africa."

Cowley, Geoffrey. Medicine Without Doctors. Newsweek 144:44-48 July 19, 2004.
Describes those living with AIDS in Africa.
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Cowley, Geoffrey. New Inroads Against AIDS. Newsweek 142:84+ December 8, 2003.
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Enserink, Martin. Africa's Custom-Made Cures. Foreign Policy No.140:84-85 January/February 2004.
Cures for infectious diseases.
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Epstein, Helen. Why Is AIDS Worse in Africa? Discover 25:68-75 February 2004.
"Discusses the findings of a study on the reason why AIDS is worse in Africa."

Funding of Inappropriate Drugs Contributing to Increasing Childhood Death from Malaria. African Agenda 7, no.1:16-17 2004.

Gombe, Spring. Epidemic, What Epidemic? New Internationalist No.362:20-21 November 2003.
Sleeping sickness in Africa.
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Jones, Peris S. When Development Devastates: Donor Discourses, Access to HIV/AIDS Treatment in Africa and Rethinking the Landscape of Development. Third World Quarterly 25:385-404 April 2004.
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Kabukuru, Wanjohi. The Mweri Tree Scandal. New African No.430:22-23 June 2004.
"Dr. Newton Mulundu, Kenya's environment minister, is not happy that the cash benefit from the medicinal properties of the Prunus Africana tree, has been monopolised by individuals."
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Kuhlmann, Tobias. Educating Peacekeepers about AIDS. UN Chronicle 41:55-57 March-May 2004.
"Discusses the need to educate peacekeepers in Africa about AIDS."
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Musa, Tansa. AIDS Vaccine: Doctor Cries Foul. New African No.426:38 February 2004.
Professor Victor Anomah Ngu claims that his therapy against HIV/AIDS has been stolen by an American company.
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Muvumba, Angela. AIDS in Africa: Security Implications: Plague of Our Times. World Today 59:20-22 October 2003.

Nagara, Biko. Hunger Looms Large UN Says on World AIDS Day. UN Chronicle 40:62 December-February 2003.
Famine has increased because of the HIV/AIDS epidemic especially in southern Africa.
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Nduru, Moyiga. Brain Drain Proves Colour-Blind. African Agenda 7, no.1:22 2004.
Black and white professionals are fleeing South Africa.

Petitjean, Gerard. The World Vs. AIDS, 2004. World Press Review 51:14-15 February 2004.
Article includes information about AIDS in Africa and statistics on HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa at the end of 2003.

Pilcher, Helen. Snapshot of a Pandemic. Nature 430:134-135 July 8, 2004.
Discusses the "degree of infected adults in Sub-Saharan Africa" from HIV.
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Pilcher, Helen. Starting to Gel. Nature 430:138+ July 8, 2004.
Gels being used in Sub-Saharan Africa to protect women from HIV infection.
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Reinhardt, Erika. Malaria in Africa Today. UN Chronicle 41:72 March-May 2004.
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Roberts, Leslie. Health Workers Scramble to Contain African Epidemic. Science 305:24-25 July 2, 2004.
"Global health officials are bracing for the worst polio epidemic in years in West and Central Africa."
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Roberts, Leslie. Polio: The Final Assault? Science 303:1960-1963+ March 26, 2004.
Fighting polio in Nigeria.
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Seppa, Nathan. Uganda Shows Strong Gains in War on AIDS. Science News 165:301-302 May 8, 2004.
Briefly notes that "Uganda has shown remarkable progress against HIV."
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Thomas, Christopher. Malaria: A Changed Climate in Africa? Nature 427:690 February 19, 2004.
"After decades of decline, malaria has been on the rise in many parts of Africa."
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Tripodi, Paolo and Patel, Preeti. HIV/AIDS, Peacekeeping and Conflict Crises in Africa. Medicine, Conflict and Survival 20:195-208 July-September 2004.

Tuck, Jeremy and others. Falciparum Malaria: An Outbreak in a Military Population on an Operational Deployment. Military Medicine 168:639-642 August 2003.
Malaria protection for United Kingdom military troops deployed in Sierra Leone.
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Tumwine, James K. Into Africa. New Scientist 181:44-47 February 7, 2004.
Interviews James K. Tumwine, founding editor of African Health Sciences.
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Yancy, Philip. Cry, the Beloved Continent. Christianity Today 48:112 March 2004.
"Calls on Christians to help the people of Africa in their struggle against AIDS."


History


 Books

Africa 2004. 39th ed. Harpers Ferry, WV, Stryker-Post, 2004. 323 p. (World Today)
Book call no.: R 916 D724a 2004

Cooper, Frederick. Africa since 1940: The Past of the Present. New York, Cambridge University Press, 2002. 216 p. (New Approaches to African History)
Book call no.: 960.32 C776a

Fleming, Fergus. The Sword and the Cross: Two Men and an Empire of Sand. New York, Grove Press, 2003. 349 p.
Book call no.: 966 F597s

Parker, Richard Bordeaux. Uncle Sam in Barbary: A Diplomatic History. Gainesville, FL, University Press of Florida, 2004. 285 p. (ADST-DACOR Diplomats and Diplomacy)
Book call no.: 973.47 P242u

Rattray, David and Greaves, Adrian. David Rattray's Guidebook to the Anglo-Zulu Battlefields. South Yorkshire, United Kingdom, Leo Cooper, 2003. 214 p.
Book call no.: 968.4045 R237d

Periodicals

Salloum, Habeeb. The Battle of Qasr al-Kabir Saved Morocco--and Ruined Portugal. Military History 20:12+ August 2003.
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Military Aspects


Books

Africa Contemporary Record, Volume 27 1998-2000, edited by Colin Legum. New York, Africana Publishing, 2004. 1 vol.
Peace Implementation in Africa: The Two-Phase Process by Donald Rothschild, pp A34-A47.
Book call no.: 960 A2584 v.27 1998/2000

Africa South of the Sahara 2004. 33rd ed. New York, Europa Publications, 2004. 1422 p.
The Privatization of Security in Sub-Saharan Africa by Kevin A. O'Brien, pp 27-31.
Book call no.: R916.7 A258 33rd ed. 2004

Armed Conflict in Africa, edited by Carolyn Pumphrey and Rye Schwartz-Barcott. Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press, 2003. 313 p.
Book call no.: 303.64096 A728

Campbell, Horace G. The U.S. Security Doctrine and the Africa Crisis Response Initiative. Pretoria, South Africa, 2000. 48 p. (Africa Institute of South Africa)
Doc. call no.: 327.7306 C188u

Faria, Fernanda. Crisis Management in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of the European Union. Paris, European Union Institute for Security Studies, 2004. 67 p.
Also available online at: http://www.iss-eu.org/occasion/occ51.pdf
Book call no.: 327.4067 F224c

The Political Economy of Armed Conflict: Beyond Greed and Grievance, edited by Karen Ballentine and Jake Sherman. Boulder, CO, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2003. 317 p.
The Political Economy of Conflict and UN Intervention: Rethinking the Critical Cases of Africa by Charles Cater, pp 19-45.
Book call no.: 303.64 P769

Regional Conflict Management, edited by Paul F. Diehl and Joseph Lepgold. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2003. 291 p.
Regional Conflict Management in Africa by I. William Zartman, pp 81-103.
Book call no.: 327.17 R336

Periodicals

An African Peacekeeping Force: How to Put the House in Order. Economist 370:48 March 13, 2004.
"Perhaps Africa can at last start to deal with Africa's wars."
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Bischoff, Paul-Henri. Intervention in Bosnia-Hertzegovina: Lessons of Peace-Maintenance for Africa? South African Journal of International Affairs 10:109-126 Winter/Spring 2003.

Boas, Morten. Africa's Young Guerrillas: Rebels with a Cause? Current History 103:211-214 May 2004.

Chenelly, Joseph R. Broader Anti-Terrorism Missions Sought in North Africa. Army Times 64:9 June 21, 2004.

Correll, John T. European Command Looks South and East. Air Force Magazine 86:60-64 December 2003.

Crawley, Vince and Lubold, Gordon. African Deployments Coming, Jones Says: U.S. Forces Could Help Local Armies Fight Terrorism. Air Force Times 64:30 April 19, 2004.

Engelbrecht, Leon. New Partnership for Africa Moves Slowly. African Armed Forces Journal, pp 13-15, March 2004.
Looks past NEPAD.

European Union/Africa: Money, Perhaps. Africa Confidential 44:8 November 7, 2003.
"The European Commission proposes to spend 250 million euros to back peacekeeping operations in Africa."

French Security and Defence Policy: The African Dimension. African Armed Forces Journal, pp 18-19, June 2004.
Extracts from a speech made by General Henri Bentegeat, Chief of the French Defence Staff, at a conference held in Pretoria.

Garir, J. An African Rapid Reaction Force. African Armed Forces Journal, pp 16, December 2003-January 2004.
Opinion of Lt. Colonel J. Garir of the Zimbabwe Defence Force.

Hall, Brian K. Air Expeditionary Access: The African Connection. Air & Space Power Journal 17:47-56 Fall 2003.
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Handy, Russell J. Africa Contingency Operations Training Assistance: Developing Training Partnerships for the Future of Africa. Air & Space Power Journal 17:57-64 Fall 2003.
"Shifting the emphasis from direct U.S. involvement in African peacekeeping toward support for the Africa Contingency Operations Training Assistance program promises to create an 'African solution for Africa.'"
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Harris, Geoff. Civilising the Military Functions in Sub-Saharan Africa. African Security Review 12:81-89 November 2003.
"This article examines potential for privatization of military activities in the African context."
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Herbst, Jeffrey. African Militaries and Rebellion: The Political Economy of Threat and Combat Effectiveness. Journal of Peace Research 41:357-369 May 2004.

Herbst, Jeffrey and Mills, Greg. Africa and the War on Terror: Based on Papers Presented at the 'Africa after 9/11' Conference Held at Al-Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco, 3-4 July 2003. RUSI Journal 148:12-17 October 2003.

Hill, Kari and Langholtz, Harvey. Rehabilitation Programs for African Child Soldiers. Peace Review 15:279-285 September 2003.
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Insight into United States' African Policies: Terrorism and State Partnership Addressed. African Armed Forces Journal, pp 10+, July 2004.
"Policy statement in respect to the United States European Command (EUCOM) concerning Africa."

Joint Air Defense Symposium: Aims to Go African. African Armed Forces Journal, p 28, October 2003.
Symposium "aims to stimulate debate on affordable air defence, customised for the African scenario."

Kent, Vanessa and Malan, Mark. The African Standby Force: Progress and Prospects. African Security Review 12:61-81 August 2003.
Africans Standby Force to be established by 2010.
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Koch, Andrew. U.S. Is Now Set to Turn the Focus on African Security. Jane's Defence Weekly 41:6 April 21, 2004.

Kuhlmann, Tobias. Educating Peacekeepers about AIDS. UN Chronicle 41:55-57 March-May 2004.
"Discusses the need to educate peacekeepers in Africa about AIDS."
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Le Roux, Len. Defence Sector Transformations: Challenges for Sub-Saharan Africa. African Security Review 12:5-15 August 2003.
The countries of Sub-Saharan Africa "face the challenge of defence sector transformation in order to align their post-conflict defence departments and military forces with the demand of democratic societies."
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Michaud, Paul. No More Mercenaries. New African No.422:29 October 2003.
"Paris is fed up with being embarrassed by the mercenary activities of French nationals in Africa, and has promised to clamp down hard on such activities."
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Nagel, H. V. Kiaafrika. African Armed Forces Journal, p 8, October 2003.
Discusses South Africa's military response to the African Union and discusses Exercise African Shield.

NATO Looking for Bases in Africa. African Armed Forces Journal, pp 14-15, October 2003.

Parliamentary Report: An Insight as to the Application of Oversight by the Defence Committees. African Armed Forces Journal, pp 33-35, October 2003.

Peters, Ralph. The Atlantic Century. Parameters 33:4-16 Autumn 2003.
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Plaut, Martin. Watching over Africa: American Military and the 'War' on Terrorism. World Today 60:18-19 July 2004.
American military interest in Africa.

Roberts, Janine. Diamonds in the Rough. New Internationalist No.367:24-25 May 2004.
"Points out the concerns about the way diamonds in African countries such as Sierra Leone have fueled wars."
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Roos, John G. Terrorism Is International: And It Has a Foothold in Africa. Armed Forces Journal International 141:4 July 2004.
Editorial.
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Sandler, Roger W. African Officers Association. African Armed Forces Journal, pp 14-15, December 2003-January 2004.
Retired Major General Sandler of the U.S. Army discusses an organization of African Officers.

Schofield, Clive. Horn of Africa Conflicts Threatened U.S. Anti-Terrorism Efforts. Jane's Intelligence Review 16:46-51 June 2004.

Shinn, David H. Terrorism in East Africa and the Horn: An Overview. Journal of Conflict Studies 23:79-91 Fall 2003.
Overview of the conditions in Eastern Africa with relationship to terrorism and U.S. counter-terrorism policy in this area.

Smith, Adam M. At Last unto the Breach: The Logic of a U.S. Military Command in West Africa. Orbis 48:305-319 Spring 2004.

Stevenson, Jonathan. Africa's Growing Strategic Resonance. Survival 45:153-171 Winter 2003-2004.

Trends and Markers: Recent Data, Statistics and Indicators. African Security Review 12:53-58 August 2003.
Graphs show military expenditures as a percentage of GDP for 2001, gross military expenditures for 2001, African military force levels for 2001, largest reserve and/or para-military forces for 2001, estimated HIV prevalence rates, and African contributors to United Nations peacekeeping operations.
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Tripodi, Paolo and Patel, Preeti. HIV/AIDS, Peacekeeping and Conflict Crises in Africa. Medicine, Conflict and Survival 20:195-208 July-September 2004.

Verloy, Andre. Making a Killing. New Internationalist No.367:22-23 May 2004.
"Private military firms say they are the future of humanitarian intervention in Africa."
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Wald, Charles. The United States' Perspective: The Military Overview on Africa. African Armed Forces Journal, pp 27-32, May 2004.

Wald Sees Africa Staying in EUCOM. Air Force Magazine 87:21 June 2004.
Air Force General Charles F. Wald states that "military responsibility for the continent of Africa is best accomplished exactly how it is handle today, as part of U.S. European Command."


Natural Resources


Books

Hillstrom, Kevin and Hillstrom, Laurie Collier. Africa and the Middle East: A Continental Overview of Environmental Issues. Santa Barbara, CA, ABC-CLIO, 2003. 277 p.
Book call no.: 363.7 H655a

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. US Energy Security: West Africa and Latin America, Hearing. 109th Congress, 1st session October 21 2003. Washington, GPO, 2004.    77 p.
Book call no.: 337.73066 U58u

Periodicals

Ablorh-Odjidja, E. Conflict Diamonds the Kimberly Process for Corruption. New African No.421:40-41 August/September 2003.
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Africa/Oil: The East Needs Oil. Africa Confidential 45:5-7 May 28, 2004.
Higher oil prices are helping Africa's producers and punishing its consumers.

Ainger, Katherine. The Scramble for Africa. New Internationalist No.367:9-12 May 2004.
Wonders if the natural resources in Africa are a blessing or a curse.
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Bayliss, Kate. Utility Privatisation in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Case Study of Water. Journal of Modern African Studies 41:507-531 December 2003.

Blame It on the Rain. Foreign Policy No.140:16 January/February 2004.
Relates African poverty to declining rainfall.
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Braeckman, Colette. The Looting of the Congo. New Internationalist No.367:13-15 May 2004.
Conflict in the Congo has been fueled by the concentration of precious metals and minerals located there.
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Commey, Pusch. Merger or Takeover? New African No.422:28-29 October 2003.
Wonders about the merger of AngloGold and Ghana's Ashanti Goldfields.
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Commey, Pusch. The New Scramble for Africa. New African No.424:12-17 December 2003.
"Biopiracy: Africa is losing millions of dollars through the filching of the continent's biodiversity by powerful Western companies and individuals."
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Constantine, Jesse J. Intelligent Well System Succeeds Offshore West Africa. World Oil 225:21+ March 2004.
"Focuses on the success of an intelligent well system installed offshore West Africa."
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Copley, Jon. Toxic Brew Engulfs Namibia's Fisheries. New Scientist 181:16 February 7, 2004.
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Dietrich, Christian. The Use of Regional Diamond Trading Platforms to Access Conflict Zones. African Security Review 13, no.1:51-57 2004.
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For the Good of All. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 10:30-33 June 2004.
"Oil and gas producing countries in north Africa are experiencing a boom as they sink political differences to take advantage of the rewards of cooperation in the industry."

Ford, Neil. Africa: Bright Future for Oil Production. New African No.423:70-71 November 2003.
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Ford, Neil. Gas to the Rescue. New African No.423:74-75 November 2003.
"After years of neglect, fueled by the obsession with oil, African oil powers are now taking the opportunities offered by the gas sector more seriously."
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Gawenda, P. and others. Africa Is Unstoppable. World Oil 224:52-56 August 2003.
"Upbeat exploration results in the West and North, mounting natural gas reserves in the North East, highly prospective acreage and increased investment combine to make Africa that destination on everyone's list."
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Goodall, Jane. Dangers to the Environment. Vital Speeches 70:71-78 November 15, 2003.
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Grant, J. Andrew and Taylor, Ian. Global Governance and Conflict Diamonds: The Kimberly Process and the Quest for Clean Gems. Round Table 93:385-401 July 2004.
"Accesses the accomplishments and challenges associated with the regulatory framework...established by the Kimberly process."
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Halverson, Jeff. Out of Africa. Weatherwise 57:74-75 May/June 2004.
Discusses dust storms that occur in Africa in February.
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Hargreaves, Tom. Water Hyacinth. Ecologist 33:28-29 October 2003.
"This beautiful but deadly plant proliferates in lakes across Africa - choking everything in its path. Why...have all attempts to manage it failed?"
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Hoag, Heather and Flanagan, Constance. The Road to Democracy in South Africa. Peace Review 15:267-271 September 2003.
"Emphasizes the need to address the questions on how to properly use Africa's natural resources to achieve political stability of the region."
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Jere-Malanda, Regina. Neem, the Wonder Tree. New African No.424:18 December 2003.
"A classic example of biopiracy from which Africa has a lot to learn is the blatant pirating of the Neem tree, dubbed by the UN as the 'tree of the 21st century'."

Joining the Big League. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 10:37-38 July 2004.
"Long the dominant region in Africa for oil exploration and production, west Africa may soon face some competition from east Africa."

Kabukuru, Wanjohi. The Mweri Tree Scandal. New African No.430:22-23 June 2004.
"Dr. Newton Mulundu, Kenya's environment minister, is not happy that the cash benefit from the medicinal properties of the Prunus Africana tree, has been monopolised by individuals."
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Klare, Michael T. and Volman, Daniel. Africa's Oil and American National Security. Current History 103:226-231 May 2004.
U.S. dependence on imported oil makes African oil and stability on the continent important to U.S. national security.

Leslie, Mitch. Documenting the Bushmeat Trade Toll. Science 304:1883 June 25, 2004.
Briefly discusses the impact of commercial hunting for Bushmeat on Africa's wildlife.
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Linden, Eugene and others. Seeing the Forest: Conservation on a Continental Scale. Foreign Affairs 83:8-13 July/August 2004.
Examples of deforestation and climate change include those in Africa.
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Masood, Ehsan. A Continent Divided. Nature 426:224-226 November 20, 2003.
"African activists, backed by wealthy supporters in the United States and Europe, are locked in combat over the merits of transgenic crops."
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Mulama, Joyce. Calmer Waters: Nile Basin Countries Co-Operate in A Water-Sharing Treaty. New Internationalist No.367:6 May 2004.
Ten African countries share the Nile Basin.
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Oil. Far Eastern Economic Review 167:25 February 12, 2004.
Mentions that China will be exporting oil from Gabon.

Orogun, Paul. "Blood Diamonds" and Africa's Armed Conflicts in the Post-Cold War Era. World Affairs 166:151-161 Winter 2004.
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Paulo, Manuel and Vines, Alex. West Africa's Oil Boom: Blessing or Curse? World Today 60:26-27 May 2004.

Pearce, Fred. Ivory Sale Fuels Illegal Trade Fears. New Scientist 181:10 March 10, 2004.
Fear that legal ivory sells will increase poaching.

Pearson, Helen. UN Urged to Use Science in Fight Against Food Shortfall. Nature 430:5 July 1, 2004.
"Reports that the United Nations is urging Africa to use science in fight against food shortfall."
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Pipedreams. New Internationalist No.361:13 October 2003.
"Reports on the economic impact from the construction of a Chad-Cameroon oil pipeline in Africa."
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Roberts, Janine. Diamonds in the Rough. New Internationalist No.367:24-25 May 2004.
"Points out the concerns about the way diamonds in African countries such as Sierra Leone have fueled wars."
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Rupiya, Martin R. Food Aid: The Implications for Food Security in Africa. African Security Review 13, no.1:83-89 2004.
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Schmidt-Soltau, Kai. The Costs of Rainforest Conservation: Local Responses Towards Integrated Conservation and Development Projects in Cameroon. Journal of Contemporary African Studies 22:93-117 January 2004.

Wakabi, Wairagala. Scramble for Nile Waters. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 10:33-34 May 2004.
"Old treaties signed by Britain and Egypt are being revisited by east African countries angling for a greater share of the waters of River Nile."

Woodhouse, Philip. African Enclosures: A Default Mode of Development. World Development 31:1705-1720 October 2003.
Examines "changing land and water use in semi-arid Africa to identify socioeconomic and political dynamics and discusses their implications for current policy."


Politics and Government


Books

Africa Contemporary Record, Volume 27 1998-2000, edited by Colin Legum. New York, Africana Publishing, 2004. 1 vol.
Democracy in Africa by James Hall, pp A16-A33.
Book call no.: 960 A2584 v.27 1998/2000

Africa South of the Sahara 2004. 33rd ed. New York, Europa Publications, 2004. 1422 p.
Book call no.: R916.7 A258 33rd ed. 2004

The African State: Reconsiderations, edited by Abdi Ismail Samatar and Ahmed I. Samatar. Portsmouth, NH, Heinemann, 2002. 286 p.
Book call no.: 320.3 A258

Breytenbach, Willie. Democratisation in Sub-Saharan Africa: Transitions, Elections and Prospects for Consolidation. 2d edition. Pretoria, South Africa, Africa Institute of South Africa, 1997. 105 p.
Book call no.: 967.032 B848d

Election Observation and Democratization in Africa, edited by Jon Abbink and Gerti Hesseling. New York, St. Martin's Press, 2000. 324 p.
Book call no.: 324.967 E38

Grassroots Governance: Chiefs in Africa and the Afro-Caribbean, edited by Donald I. Ray and P. S. Reddy. Calgary, Canada, University of Calgary Press, 2003. 313 p.
Book call no.: 320.84096 G769

Harrison, Graham. Issues in the Contemporary Politics of Sub-Saharan Africa: The Dynamics of Struggle and Resistance. New York, Palgrave McMillan, 2002. 190 p.
Book call no.: 320.967 H319i

Herbst, Jeffrey and Mills, Greg. The Future of Africa: A New Order in Sight?  New York, Oxford University Press, 2003. 86 p. (Adelphi Paper, no.361)
Book call no.: 909.82 I61a no.361

Intervention and Transnationalism in Africa: Global-Local Networks of Power, edited by Thomas M. Callaghy and others. New York, Cambridge University Press, 2001. 322 p.
Book call no.: 320.6 I61

Multi-Party Elections in Africa, edited by Michael Cowen and Liisa Laakso. New York, Palgrave, 2002. 387 p.
Book call no.: 324.967 M961

Problematising the African Renaissance, edited by Eddy Maloka and Elizabeth Le Roux. Pretoria, South Africa, Africa Institute of South Africa, 2000. 92 p.
Book call no.: 320.549096 P962

Regional Conflict Management, edited by Paul F. Diehl and Joseph Lepgold. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2003. 291 p.
Regional Conflict Management in Africa by I. William Zartman, pp 81-103.
Book call no.: 327.17 R336

Periodicals

2004, the Year of Elections. New African No.425:25 December 2003.
By month lists the countries having presidential or parliamentary elections.
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Abrokwaa, Clemente. A Call for Peace and Unity in Africa. Peace Review 15:251-257 September 2003.
"The negative impact of globalization on Africa and its peoples, within the new world order, should form a catalyst for the pursuit of regional and continental (global) peace and unity."
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Africa in 2004. African Security Review 12:149+ November 2003.
Among events included are 1999 presidential elections in Algeria and forthcoming parliamentary elections in South Africa.
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Africa's Leaders Invite Criticism: Well, a Little. Economist 370:45 February 21, 2004.
"A plan with teeth, but no sharp ones."
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Ahwireng-Obeng, Frederick. An African Response to the New Wave of Afro-Pessimism. South African Journal of International Affairs 10:139-157 Winter/Spring 2003.

Akol, Jacob J. Corruption: The Differences in the Style. New African No.430:56-57 July 2001.
Discusses rampant corruption in Africa.
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Alence, Rod. Political Institutions and Developmental Governance in Sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of Modern African Studies 42:163-187 June 2004.

Baker, Bruce. Protection from Crime: What Is on Offer for Africans? Journal of Contemporary African Studies 22:165-188 May 2004.

Bell, Paul. IT Solution to Old Problem. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 10:33-34 January 2004.
"Investment in modern technology is Africa's most efficient option to deliver freer, fair and cheaper elections."

Bensah, Emmanuel K. There Must Be Monsters: Mapping the Landscape of Africa. African Agenda 7, no.2:12-13 2004.
"The panoply of regional organisations on the continent, while not new, presents a number of problems for the integration of Africa."

Chronology. CQ Researcher 13:707 August 29, 2003.
Major events in Africa since 1950.

Cilliers, Jakkie. Terrorism and Africa. African Security Review 12:91-103 November 2003.
"Looks at the relationship between international terrorism and terrorism in Africa."
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Clapham, Christopher. Terrorism in Africa: Problems of Definition, History and Development. South African Journal of International Affairs 10:13-28 Winter/Spring 2003.

Collier, Paul. Africa's Revolutionary Routine. Foreign Policy No.142:82-83 May/June 2004.
Discusses article by Patrick McGowan about military coups in Africa.
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Daniels, Anthony. Big Man, Big Corruption: That's the Way It's Done on the (not so) Dark Continent. National Review 55:24-25 August 11, 2003.
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Deegan, Heather. Voting More Often: Elections Planned in Africa This Year. World Today 60:23-24 April 2004.
Lists countries holding elections in Africa.

Du Plessis, Max. The Creation of the ICC: Implications for Africa's Despots, Crackpots and Hotspots. African Security Review 12:5-15 November 2003.
Carefully considers "the implication for African states of the recently created International Criminal Court."
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Engelbrecht, Gysbert. The ICC's Role in Africa. African Security Review 12:61-69 August 2003.
Discusses the International Criminal Court.
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Gutto, Shadrack. Created and Limited by Politics: A View of the ICC from Africa. African Security Review 12:127-128 November 2003.
"Focuses on issues in Africa related to the International Criminal Court."
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Herbst, Jeffrey and Mills, Greg. Africa and the War on Terror. South African Journal of International Affairs 10:29-39 Winter/Spring 2003.

Hoag, Heather and Flanagan, Constance. The Road to Democracy in South Africa. Peace Review 15:267-271 September 2003.
"Emphasizes the need to address the questions on how to properly use Africa's natural resources to achieve political stability of the region."
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Johnson, R. W. Tracking Terror Through Africa: Mugabe, Qaddafi and Al-Qaeda. National Interest No.75:161-172 Spring 2004.
"Discusses the issue of tracking terrorism through Africa."
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Kent, Vanessa and Malan, Mark. The African Standby Force: Progress and Prospects. African Security Review 12:61-81 August 2003.
Africans Standby Force to be established by 2010.
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Leaders Target Bribery and Corruption. CQ Researcher 13:708-709 August 29, 2003.
"Reports that the African countries have made certain efforts to eradicate bribery and corruption."

Lu Ting'en. Africa Ready for Change. Beijing Review 47:12-14 June 3, 2004.
"Africa, long seen as the continent of conflict, is shaking off this image with new commitments of development and peace."

Lyman, Princeton N. and Morrison, J. Stephen. The Terrorist Threat in Africa. Foreign Affairs 83:75-86 January/February 2004.
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Masci, David. Aiding Africa. CQ Researcher 13:699-706+ August 29, 2003.
Considers the present situation in African countries.

Mbakwe, Tom. Africa/UK: Africa Commission Takes off. New African No.430:20-21 June 2004.
Prime Minister Tony Blair establishes a commission to study the challenges facing Africa.
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McClure, Douglas. Scrutinising and Managing the Risks Involved in African Projects to Ensure African Success. African Armed Forces Journal, pp 13-14, September 2003.

McGowan, Patrick J. African Military Coups D'etat, 1956-2001: Frequency, Trends and Distribution. Journal of Modern African Studies 41:339-370 September 2003.

Mulikita, Njunga. A False Dawn? Africa's Post-1990 Democratization Waves. African Security Review 12:105-115 November 2003.
A decade after democratization some African leaders "have sought to manipulate their countries constitutions in order to perpetuate their presidential tenure."
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Museveni, Yoweri. Why Africa Is Lagging behind. New African No.423:12-16 November 2003.
President Museveni of Uganda presents his thoughts on the causes for the situation in Africa.

Neiryinck, Karim and Southall, Roger. A Note on Political Institutions and Democracy in Africa. Africa Insight 33:3-10 September 2003.

Nell, Philip and Teng-Zeng, Frank. Science and Technology in Sub-Saharan Africa: Regional Cooperation in a Post-National Environment. Africa Insight 33:28-36 September 2003.

Njoh, Ambe J. and Rigos, Platon N. Female Participation in the Formal Sector and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of Third World Studies 20:93-111 Fall 2003.

Oguntade, Olufemi. African Renaissance in the Global Trap. Africa Insight 33:20-27 September 2003.

Onyngo-Obbo, Charles. Africa's Ills: Nothing Democracy Can't Fix... World & I 19:257-269 January 2004.
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Osaghae, Eghosa E. Political Transitions and Ethnic Conflict in Africa. Journal of Third World Studies 21:221-240 Spring 2004.

Public Opinion in Africa: Confused Democrats. Economist 370:48-49 April 3, 2004.
"A useful attempt to find out what Africans think."
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Roos, John G. Terrorism Is International: And It Has a Foothold in Africa. Armed Forces Journal International 141:4 July 2004.
Editorial.
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Rotberg, Robert I. Strengthening African Leadership: There Is Another Way. Foreign Affairs 83:14-18 July/August 2004.
"Discusses the decision of African leaders to establish the African Leadership Council."
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Shaw, Ibrahim S. Criminals Beware, Interpol Is Wiring up Africa. New African No.421:42-45 August/September 2003.
Interviews the Secretary General of Interpol, Ronald Noble.
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Thies, Cameron G. State Building, Interstate and Intrastate Rivalry: A Study of Post-Colonial Developing Country Extractive Efforts, 1975-2000. International Studies Quarterly 48:53-72 March 2004.
"This paper examines the effects of internal and external rivals on extractive capacity in the context of state development in sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East and North Africa."

Vines, Alex. African Dictatorships: No Place to Hide. World Today 59:22-23 October 2003.
Discusses Charles Taylor and former African dictators.

Wrong, Michela. World View. New Statesman 133:17 May 10, 2004.
"When it comes to Africa, our thirst for justice is best not satisfied: let corrupt leaders know that giving up control means a life in peaceful exile, and they may consider doing so."
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Young, Crawford. The End of the Post-Colonial State in Africa? Reflections on Changing African Political Dynamics. African Affairs 103:23-49 January 2004.


Social Aspects


Internet Resources

Lawrie, Nicolette. The Importance of Refugee-Host Relations: Guinea 1990-2003 Lancet 362: August 16, 2003. 1 p.
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Problems refugees bring to the host nation.

Books

Global Religions: An Introduction, edited by Mark Juergensmeyer. New York, Oxford University Press, 2003. 155 p.
African Religion by Jacob Olupona, pp 78-86.
Book call no.: 291 G562

Maddy, Monique. Learning to Love Africa: My Journey from Africa to Harvard Business School and Back. New York, HarperBusiness, 2004. 358 p.
Book call no.: 92 M1792L

Thomas, Dominic. Nation-Building, Propaganda, and Literature in Francophone Africa. Bloomington, IN, Indiana University Press, 2002. 270 p.
Book call no.: 840.9358 T455n

Periodicals

Akomolafe, Femi. Happy with Less Than One Dollar a Day? New African No.430:54-55 July 2001.
States that there's more happiness in Africa than in the West.
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Belafonte, UNICEF Envoy, Pleads for Birth Registration During African Tour. Jet 105:11 March 15, 2004.

Butler, Declan. African Labs Win Major Role in Tsetse-Fly Genome Project. Nature 427:384 January 29, 2004.
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Butler, Declan. Gates Grant Helps Africa Developed Science Academies. Nature 428:881 April 29, 2004.
"Gates Foundation has boosted science in Africa by making a U.S. $20 million grant to help build independent scientific academies on the continent."
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Carnevale, Dan. African Virtual U. Will Drop Broadcasts and Use the Internet. Chronicle of Higher Education 50:A31 June 18, 2004.
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Figure It out. New African No.430:14-15 June 2004.
Chart indicates immigration within Africa.
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Gama, Hobbs. Politics at the Pulpit. New African No.423:22 November 2003.
"Critics have attacked the involvement in partisan politics by Roman Catholic priest, but the church is fighting back."
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Herbst, Jeffrey and Mills, Greg. Africa and the War on Terror. South African Journal of International Affairs 10:29-39 Winter/Spring 2003.

Jere, Janet. First Black Pope in 1,500 Years? New African No.423:23 November 2003.
"Could the Nigerian Cardinal, Francis Arinze, succeed Pope John Paul II and become the first African pope in 1,500 years?
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Mervis, Jeffrey. Gates Gift Targets Academies for Three African Nations. Science 304:501 April 23, 2004.
Gates Foundation to give $20 million to form national academies in Sub-Saharan African countries.
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Njoh, Ambe J. and Rigos, Platon N. Female Participation in the Formal Sector and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of Third World Studies 20:93-111 Fall 2003.

Omotoso, Kole. Africa Lost Without Translation. New African No.430:52-53 July 2001.
Argues for mass literacy in African languages.
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Osaghae, Eghosa E. Political Transitions and Ethnic Conflict in Africa. Journal of Third World Studies 21:221-240 Spring 2004.

South Africa's New Voice. Nature 429:113 May 13, 2004.
"The recent appointment of research minister Mosibudi Mangena bodes well for science, provided that people will listen to him."
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Wannenburg, Gail. Links Between Organised Crime and al-Qaeda. South African Journal of International Affairs 10:77-90 Winter/Spring 2003.


African Union


Internet Resources

Former Malian President Becomes New Leader of AU. New York Amsterdam News 94: September 25, 2003. 1 p.
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Books

Africa Contemporary Record, Volume 27 1998-2000, edited by Colin Legum. New York, Africana Publishing, 2004. 1 vol.
The Organization of African Unity: The Last Phase by Colin Legum, pp A48-A55. The Future of Continental Regionalism: Birth of the African Union by I. William Zartman, pp A56-A60. Organization of African Unity: Assembly of Heads of State and Government, Thirty-Fifth Ordinary Session of OAU, Third Ordinary Session of AEC, 12-14 July, 1999, pp C3-C28.
Book call no.: 960 A2584 v.27 1998/2000

Periodicals

$45m Member Debt Slows AU Progress. New African No.428:21 April 2004.
Member nations are in arrears to the African Union.
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AU Peace Council Operational in May. Jane's Defence Weekly 41:22 February 18, 2004.

Boateng, Osei. The Dawning of a New Day. New African No.426:56-57 February 2004.
"The African Union has now fully embraced the Africans in the diaspora and wants them to play a major role in the building of the new Africa."
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Boshoff, Henri and Francis, Dara. The AU Mission in Burundi: Technical and Operational Dimensions. African Security Review 12:41-44 August 2003.
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Cillers, Jakkie and Sturman, Kathryn. Challenges Facing the AU's Peace and Security Council. African Security Review 13, no.1:95-104 2004.
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Commey, Pusch. So Far so Good. New African No.430:12-15 July 2001.
Reviews the work of the African Union.
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Great Lakes: The Shape of Things to Come. New African No.427:28-29 March 2004.
"Previews the international conference on the Great Lakes Region to be held under UN and AU auspices in Tanzania in mid 2004 with the aim of finding lasting solutions to the multifaceted conflicts in the region."
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Heitman, Helmoed-Romer. African Union Peace Pact Ratified. Jane's Defence Weekly 41:18 January 14, 2004.
Establishes a standby force.

Kent, Vanessa and Malan, Mark. The African Standby Force: Progress and Prospects. African Security Review 12:61-81 August 2003.
Africans Standby Force to be established by 2010.
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Moves to Separate NEPAD from African Union's Jurisdiction - New Threat to Regional Integration? African Agenda 7, no.1:3-31 2004.

Pan African Parliament Alive and Kicking. New African No.431:16 July 2004.
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Tieku, Thomas K. Explaining the Clash and Accommodation of Interests of Major Actors in the Creation of the African Union. African Affairs 103:249-267 April 2004.

Yedder, Omar B. African Union so Far, So Good. New African No.421:12-15 August/September 2003.
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