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Have the Social Forums that have taken place in southern Africa between 2003 and 2005 provided a useful forum for the region's social movements to improve their understanding of, and response to, the impact of global neo-liberal capitalism? The global Social Forum movement remains biased towards...
The scholarly literature on the South African democratic transition generally recognizes the decisive role of organized labor and black trade union organizations in the collapse of the apartheid regime. Labor's contribution in this regard was premised on a view of liberation that was not limited...
Europe's colonization of other peoples was a program that aided and deepened the then on-going process of drawing and incorporating non-European regions of the world into the European-dominated capitalist world-economy. Since inception, the world capitalist economic system has enabled European...
An influential conventional wisdom holds that democratic movements respond to windows of opportunity engendered by both domestic and international environments. We show that all democratic transitions in Kenya since independence are conditioned by and are a function of the expansion and...
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