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Pascah Mungwini

restoration of Césaire had then become integral elements of African nationalism’ (ibid.). From this conference the foundation of pan-Africanism as a liberation movement was thus laid. Kodjo and Chanaiwa (1993: 746 ) confirm that indeed ‘in the history of Pan

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Ajume H. Wingo

-African Nationalism in Theory and Practice ’, International Journal of Africana Studies 15 ( 1 ): 31 - 56 . Young , K. B. 2010a . ‘ Africa Must Unite Revisited: Continuing the Change in the Case of Continental Unification ’, Africa Today 57 ( 1 ): 43 – 63

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Marcelo Hoffman

. New York : Pantheon . Neocosmos , M. 2011 . ‘ The Nation and Its Politics: Fanon, Emancipatory Nationalism, and Political Sequences ’, in N. Gibson (ed.), Living Fanon: Global Perspectives . New York : Palgrave Macmillan , 187 – 200

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Decolonising Borders

Re-imagining Strangeness and Spaces

John Sodiq Sanni

decolonised. These ideological frameworks inform and reinstate the colonial conceptions of difference, which valorise a stronghold on nationalism and a negative understanding of strangeness and spaces within most African countries. These conceptions of

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The Ambiguity of Subversion

Resistance through Radio Broadcasting

Gisli Vogler

explores the role that radio broadcasts could play for ‘a collective politics of anti-imperial nationalism’ ( Baucom 2001: 17 ). His positive view stands opposed to engagements with the radio by intellectuals working within the critical theory tradition

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Whites Cannot Be Black

A Bikoist Challenge to Professor Xolela Mangcu

Keolebogile Mbebe

.com/Voices/Whites-can-be-blacks-20150703 (accessed 29 December 2016 ). Mangcu , X. 2017 . ‘ Black Consciousness as Nationalism of a Special Type ’, in K. Pampallis and E. Webster (eds), The Unresolved National Question – Left Thought

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Neither Shadow nor Spectre

Populism as the Ideological Embodiment of the Democratic Paradox

Anthony Lawrence Borja

of popular sovereignty (i.e. a good people against an evil elite) ( Mudde 2004 ) anchored on the following themes: (1) vertical leadership and strong executive power; (2) radical nationalism and popular culture; (3) a sacralising view of politics and

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Wiping away the Tears of the Ocean


Mogobe Ramose

peoples, became a oneness with Zanzibar. When this happened, ‘ga’ of the Tanga was dropped, symbolising the limits of nationalism. Also, ‘nyika’, the sovereign land title to territory, was dropped to underline the delusion of the sacrosanctity of

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Communication, Context, and Narrative

Habermas and Contemporary Realist Thought

Navid Hassanzadeh

, 187, 265–266 ). He has also more recently addressed the European debt crisis ( Habermas 2014: 199–201 ), and the manifestation of far-right nationalism on the continent (Habermas et al. 2018; Habermas 2020 ), and in many of these interventions, has

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Ian Moll

-cultural politics uncomfortable with the social status quo ( Wahl-Jorgensen 2018 ; Virdee and McGeever 2018 ). The 3IR's contradictory patterns of social life continue, with various expressions of nationalism, fundamentalism and chauvinism clashing (or sometimes