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Where Law Meets Reality
Forging African Transitional Justice
Considering the core debates about how to develop a transitional justice agenda that best responds to the African context, this book addresses the tension between justice, peace and reconciliation.

Christof Heyns, UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, and Professor of Human Rights Law, University of Pretoria

The most important part of addressing the challenge to break the hold of human rights violations on any society, is to understand the dynamics at work. This book brings together some of the people who are best placed to guide us in this process in Africa, and to present us with a guide to action.



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The Agrarian Question in the Neoliberal Era
Primitive Accumulation and the Peasantry
Sam Moyo, Utsa Patnaik
Capitalism manoeuvres to control agricultural production in developing countries where neoliberalism has already decreased food security. Unless the land rights of small producers are defended, their active resistance will undermine political stability.



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The Crash of International Finance-Capital and its Implications for the Third World
Dani Wadada Nabudere
In this updated 2nd edition, Nabudere analyses the 2007–08 crash with a damning critique of a defunct system that bails out those responsible while the rest of humanity – especially the majority in the Third World – suffers its devastating consequences.



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Development and Globalisation: Daring to Think Differently
Yash Tandon
Challenging 30 years of misdirected policies, Tandon 'dares to think differently'. He offers alternative concepts and development paradigms for policy makers and peoples' movements on governance, industry, technology, climate, food, trade, aid and more.



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En finir avec la dépendance à l'aide
Ending Aid Dependence
Yash Tandon
Developing countries reliant on aid want to escape this dependence, and yet they appear unable to do so. This book shows how they may liberate themselves from the aid that pretends to be developmental but is not.

This title is also available in English



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Ending Aid Dependence
Yash Tandon
Tandon cautions against the aid colonialism of the rich donor countries. Developing countries dependent on aid can liberate themselves from the aid that pretends to be developmental but is not – but it requires a radical shift in their strategy.

This title is also available in French



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Ending the Crisis of Capitalism or Ending Capitalism?
Samir Amin
Amin explores the systemic crisis of capitalism after two decades of neoliberal globalisation and examines the domination of the South through the North's intensifying military intervention. He proposes North-South collaboration for a more humane society.



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Eurocentrism
Modernity, Religion and Democracy: A Critique of Eurocentrism and Culturalism
Samir Amin
'Eurocentrism' is a classic of radical thought by one of the world's foremost political economists. His new introduction and concluding chapter make this provocative essay about one of the great 'ideological deformations' of our time even more compelling.



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Global History
A View from the South
Samir Amin
This short book includes studies of capitalism in the ancient world system, central Asia's place in it, the challenge of globalisation, Europe and China's two roads to development, and Russia in the global system.



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Global NATO and the Catastrophic Failure in Libya
Horace Campbell
In this elegantly written and incisive account, scholar Horace Campbell investigates the political and economic crises of the early twenty-first century through the prism of NATO's intervention in Libya.



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