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Hormeku-Ajei, Tetteh

Balaji, Aishu

Olukoshi, Adebayo

Nayar, Anita

CODESRIA en partenariat avec NENA,
Revue Africa Development / Afrique et développement, Volume XLVII,
No. 1, 2022
Article 30p.
(Alter développement)
If Africa’s history is understood according to the continent’s shifting relationship with the global economy, then the early post-independence era largely stands apart, in retrospect at least, as a time when policy and leadership were centred on the assertion and pursuit of political and economic agency from the hegemonic imperatives of the global North. The broad nationalist and emancipatory orientation that defined this period stands in contrast with the contemporary neoliberal era, which is characterised by a determined effort to reassert colonialist impulses, processes and policies in African countries.
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