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Global Peace Leadership Summit 2007: Africa and the Diaspora

Edited by:
Itibari M. Zulu and Adewale Aderemi

A collection of fourteen articles by academics and activist who live and work in Africa; three conference reflections on a host of topics: development projects in Africa, the African brain drain, African peace initiatives, poverty reduction, building a youth movement, NEPAD, indebtedness, the management of conflicts, and peacekeeping operations in Africa.



African Diaspora Foundation in association with Amen-Ra Theological Seminary Press
(P.O. Box 24194, Los Angeles, California 90024-0194)
Library of Congress Control Number: 2008937983
ISBN 0-9785772-5-6
2008, 387 pages


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