Volume 24.1 includes articles discussing the two Sudans (Jack Kalpakian), the BRICS as counter-revolutionaries (Merle Lipton), and a case for differential membership accession in the AU (Oheneba Boateng). The full lineup appears below, including several book reviews.
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Published by Taylor and Francis, the contents of this issue are:
- Peace agreements in a near-permanent civil war: Learning from Sudan and South Sudan, by Jack Vahram Kalpakian
- Membership accession in the African Union: The relationship between enforcement and compliance, and the case for differential membership, by Oheneba A Boateng
- Are the BRICS reformers, revolutionaries, or counter-revolutionaries? by Merle Lipton
- Nigeria and South Africa: Collaboration or Competition? by Tola Odubajo and Solomon Akinboye
- Foreign policy without the policy? South Africa and activism on sexual orientation at the United Nations, by Eduard Jordaan
- Jimmy Carter in Africa: Race and the Cold War by Nancy Mitchell
Reviewed by John Stremlau
- International Negotiations in a Complex World (Fourth Edition) by B Starkey, M A Boyer and Jonathan Wilkenfeld
Reviewed by Lesley Masters
- Promoting Progressive African Thought Leadership, by Aziz Pahad, Garth le Pere and Miranda Strydom
Reviewed by Wendy Trott
- Minding the Gap: African Conflict Management in a Time of change, by Pamela Aall and Chester Crocker (eds)
Reviewed by Webster Zambara
- South Africa in Africa: Superpower or Neocolonialist, by Liesl Louw-Vaudran
Reviewed by Lisa Otto
- African Perspectives on Trade and the WTO: Domestic Reforms, Structural Transformation and Global Economic Integration, by Patrick Low, Chiedu Osakwe, Maika Oshikawa (eds)
Reviewed by Brendan Vickers
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