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Post-Colonial Colonialism: An Analysis of International Factors and Actors Marring African Socio-Economic and Political Development

  title={Post-Colonial Colonialism: An Analysis of International Factors and Actors Marring African Socio-Economic and Political Development},
  author={Joy Asongazoh Alemazung},
  journal={The Journal of Pan-African Studies},
  • J. Alemazung
  • Published 1 September 2010
  • History, Economics
  • The Journal of Pan-African Studies
Introduction International factors affecting governments, states and politics in Africa are exogenous components which can be regarded as playing a significant role (positively and negatively) in the unfolding of socio-economic and political developments on the continent. As illustrated in this paper these factors are presented in the form of a post-colonial colonialism: that is, the political and economic relationship between post-colonial Africa and the West have the same underpinnings and… 

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