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Titre: From the Organisation of African Unity to the African Union: Challenges of Good Governance and Development (1963-2013
Auteur(s): Yaichi, Mohammed
Mots-clés: African continent, unity, trends, development, globalization, partnership
Date de publication: 2019
Editeur: Université d'Oran 2 Mohamed Ben Ahmed
Résumé: This doctoral thesis aims at scrutinizing the African continent situation in terms of unity, development, peace, and good governance. Furthermore, it deals with the positive and negative effects of both national and international politico-economic shifts on the African countries. Although the rejection of the unfair treatment and the legal status of slavery by the Africans whether in Africa or the Diaspora was associated with slave trade and slavery, it was not until the second half of the nineteenth century that the pan- African ideas could take intellectual and political shape. The post-Cold-War era has given rise to challenges on the international scene, changing the direction of trends in the political, economic and social spheres around the world. These new shifts in the globalized system have associated new structural changes in sub-regional systems and their response patterns which were brought about by the new world order itself. Moreover, it sheds light on how would the new circumstances affect the organization's shift from the principle of non-intervention to the principle of non-indifference. In this spirit of searching new solutions, Africa took over an initiative, the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) to highlight a process of African ownership of its development and demonstrate a willingness to change the way Africans understand their problems
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