African Stability and Integration is a practical and meaningful analysis of the ways to bring Africans together in order to pursue growth and development on the continent of Africa. By combining vivid examination of past and contemporary uniting efforts of continental and diasporic Africans, Agyemang Attah-Poku stresses unity and its resultant stability as the most important goal for Africa to function as a constructive, harmonic society. Attah-Poku investigates the past activities and ideas of Pan-Africanism, relates Pan-Africanism to contemporary time, and makes suggestions, recommendations, and proposals for the immediate and future stability, growth, and development of Africa. A timely work, African Stability and Integration will be of great interest to students and professors of history, economics, politics, international relations, and cross-cultural studies.
Agyemang Attah-Poku is Assistant Professor of History at Nassau Community College, New York.
Chapter 1 Introduction: Involvements and Implications Chapter 2 Pan-Africanism Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Chapter 3 The Socio-Politico-Economic Picture in Africa Chapter 4 Pan-Africanism and the African Continent Chapter 5 Pan-Africanism, African Diaspora and African Development Chapter 6 Pan-Africanism and East Asian Developmental Model Chapter 7 Pan-Africanism Facilitating International Cooperation Chapter 8 Prospectus and Hopes