CCR Books (20)

From Global Apartheid to Global Village represents the first comprehensive attempt to examine the role of the United Nations in Africa over the last six decades.

Peace versus Justice examines the challenges and prospects of promoting both peace and accountability, specifically in African countries affected by conflict or political violence.

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon focuses on the rapidly growing economic and political influence that China has in Africa.

HIV/AIDS and Society in South Africa is a multidisciplinary overview of the discourse on HIV/AIDS and explores the concept of human security and the global development agenda.

Africa's Human Rights Architecture is an examination of the conceptual issues surrounding Africa's human rights framework and the institutions that have sought to address the problems plaguing the continent in the post-colonial era.

The African Union and its Institutions brings together the analysis and research of 17 largely Pan-African scholars, policy-makers, practitioners and civil society representatives.

A Dialogue of the Deaf provides an in-depth, rich collection of unique contributions by a Pan-African team of scholars and practitioners.

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