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Development is Resistance
The main the argument of this article is that, in our epoch, resistance against imperial domination is the first law of motion of development. How did I come to this conclusion? I came to it throughExpand
Root Causes of Peacelessness and Approaches to Peace in Africa
Conflicts are endemic in society, but what is their specific nature in Africa, and why do they deteriorate into such intense violence as negates humanity itself? This article looks at theExpand
Globalization and the South: the logic of exploitation
Regional development at the international level : volume 2, African and Canadian perspectives
"Published for the African Association of Political Science and the Canadian Political Science Association with funds provided by CIDA and IDRC"
Another World is Possible: Reflections on the World Social Forum 2011, Dakar
From 6–9 February 2011, the World Social Forum (WSF) took place in Dakar, Senegal, at one of the oldest and most progressive universities in Africa – The Cheikh Anta Diop University. The Forum is aExpand
Aid without Dependence: An alternative conceptual model for development cooperation
Yash Tandon argues that the only legitimate form of aid is that which is based on the principle of solidarity and needs to be thoroughly revamped in order to create a more honest relationship between the donors and the recipients. Expand
Foreign NGOs, uses and abuses: an African perspective