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The State in Africa

An Analysis of Impacts of Historical Trajectories of Global Capitalist Expansion and Domination in the Continent
By: Tatah Mentan
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In “The State in Africa” (2010) Cameroon political science professor Tatah Mentan analyzes the complex relationship between African states and globalization. Professor Mentan’s analysis illustrates the significance of indigenous nations as the foundation for governance and economic life in the African continent pointing to the works of authors (Rudolph Ryser, Bernard Q. Nietchmann, David Hyndman and Richard Griggs) from the Center for World Indigenous Studies.