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The Crisis of the Africa State

Globalization, Tribalism, and Jihadism in the Twenty-First Century

Edited by Anthony N. Celso and Robert Nalbandov

DOI: 10.56686/9780991158881

 

ABOUT THE BOOK
This book focuses on security problems facing the twenty-first-century African state. Through multiple essays, the authors explore both current and past security issues associated with tribal warfare and jihadist terrorism within a rapidly changing global context where state sovereignty and institutional capability is in decline. Historic and modern situations have coalesced to create unique security challenges for many African states.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction: The Crisis of the African State and the Impact of Globalization,Tribalism, and Jihadism

by Anthony N. Celso and Robert Nalbandov

Chapter One: The Evolution of Post-Ben Ali Tunisian Jihadism

by Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

ChapterTwo: Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb: Libya, Mali, and the Next Jihadist War

by Anthony N. Celso

Chapter Three: Small Wars: Tactical and Strategic Drivers in Northern Mali, 2013

by Henri BoreĢ

Chapter Four: From Rebels to Rulers: Conflict and State Consolidation in Comparative Perspective

by Ian S. Spears

Chapter Five: After the Genocide

by Robert E. Gribbin

Chapter Six: France and Libya in Chad: A Strange Triangle

by Robert Nalbandov

Chapter Seven: Political Economy and Stability in Nigeria

by Clarence J. Bouchat

Chapter Eight: The African Failed State and the Challenge of Combating Jihadism and Tribalism in the Global Era

by Anthony N. Celso and Robert Nalbandov



6 x 9
paperback
248 pages
2015
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