Foreign intervention in africa chronicles the foreign political and military interventions in africa during the periods of decolonization 1956 1975 and the cold war 1945 1991 as well as during the periods of state collapse 1991 2001 and the global war on terror 2001 2010. For all this reviewers criticisms of the text however foreign intervention will prove useful and readable to many of those new to post cold war african history and the role that foreign powers played in the roles of africas newly independent nations the suggested reading sections that undermine the analytical quality of the text proper . Foreign intervention in africa from the cold war to the as part of the new approaches to african history series this book is intended to introduce students to current findings and debates surrounding the topic as such it is not a book to read if one is looking for a radical new analysis of foreign intervention in africa based on extensive . In foreign intervention in africa after the cold warinterdisciplinary in approach and intended for nonspecialistselizabeth schmidt provides a new framework for thinking about foreign political and military intervention in africa its purposes and its consequencesshe focuses on the quarter century following the cold war 19912017 when neighboring states and subregional regional . Foreign intervention in africa does so by showing that foreign intervention in africa is a culprit for many of the continents dire conditions african actors are not shown as passive onlookers however
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