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Publication Date: 01/01/1975

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  • Preface [Martin Kilson]
  • I. Political Dynamics in New States
    • 1. Tradition and Nationalism in Tropical Africa [James S. Coleman]
    • 2. Egypt’s Search for Ideology: The Nasser Era [Nadav Safran]
    • 3. Nationalism and Separatism in Africa [M. Crawford Young]
    • 4. Cleavage Management in African Politics: The Ghana Case [Martin Kilson]
    • 5. The Cameroon Federation: Laboratory for Pan-Africanism? [Willard A. Johnson]
  • II. The International Order and Emergent States
    • 6. Domestic Jurisdiction and Colonialism [Inis L. Claude, Jr.]
    • 7. The Right of Self-Determination in International Law [Leo Gross]
    • 8. Nationalism, Statesmen, and the Size of African States [Joseph S. Nye]
  • III. Problems of the New International Order
    • 9. Regulating the New International System [Stanley Hoffmann]
    • 10. The Fragile Sanity of States: A Theoretical Analysis [Karl Deutsch and Dieter Senghaas]
  • Appendix
  • Bibliography of Works [Rupert Emerson]
  • Index

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