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Tribal-State Relations in the Anglosphere
By analyzing the politics of Indigenous peoples in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, political scientists gain new perspectives on power and powerlessness. Such study offers aExpand
Book Reviews
This much-anticipated account of Zimbabwe’s ‘‘fast track’’ land reform is sure to contribute substantially to academic and policy debates about the politics, inheritances, and possible futures ofExpand
Sharpeville: An Apartheid Massacre and its Consequences
On 21 March 1960 at the township of Sharpeville, Vereeniging, the South African police opened fire on a crowd of non-violent protesters and onlookers, killing 69 people and injuring several hundred...
Resettlement and the Making of the Ciskei Bantustan, South Africa, c.1960–1976
The cynical objectives and coercive actions of the apartheid state in engineering forced removals to the Bantustans have been well documented. These ‘dumping grounds’ were notorious examples of theExpand
South Africa's Bantustans and the Dynamics of ‘Decolonisation’: Reflections on Writing Histories of the Homelands
Abstract From the late 1950s, as independent African polities replaced formal colonial rule in Africa, South Africa's white minority regime set about its own policy of mimicry in the promotion ofExpand