Volume 2 – Issue 2

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Petr Skalník – Ali A. Mazrui (1933–2014) (Download PDF)


Francis B. Nyamnjoh – ‘Our Traditions are Modern, Our Modernities Traditional’: Chieftaincy and Democracy in Contemporary Cameroon and Botswana (Download PDF)

Desalegn Amsalu – Ethiopian Ethnic Federalism: A “God-Sent” Opportunity for All Ethnic Groups? (Download PDF)

Alžběta Šváblová – Institutional Arrangements in Post-Conflict Contexts: the Land Commission and the Governance Commission in Post-War Liberia (Download PDF)

Isaac Brako and Kwame Asah-Asante – Single Spine, Double Spine or Multiple Spine: Solving Labour Conflicts and Making Public Sector Jobs More Rewarding in Ghana (Download PDF)

REPORTS (Download all)

Petr Skalník – Political Culture in Africa – the Narrative Foundations of Authority and Leadership. International Seminar at Point Sud, Bamako, Mali, 5-9 October 2014

Viera Pawliková-Vilhanová – Some Reflections on 3rd International Conference on Islam Civilization and Culture, Bujumbura, Burundi, 9-12 December 2014

REVIEWS (Download all)

Jan Klíma – José Vicente Lopes. 2014. Vozes das Ilhas. Revista da Reforma do Estado. Edição Especial, Outubro de 2014. (Islands Voices. Journal of the State Reform. Special Issue, October 2014). Praia: Unidade de Coordenação da Reforma do Estado.

Otakar Hulec – Ellis, Stephen. 2013. External Mission. The ANC in Exile, 1960–1990. Oxford University Press.

Jan Klíma – Fiala, Vlastimil. 2011. Politické stranictví v lusofonních zemích (Mosambik). Olomouc: Iuridicum Olomoucense.

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Modern Africa: Politics, History, and Society is a journal published by the Department of Political Science in the Philosophical Faculty, University of Hradec Králové. It is a peer-reviewed academic journal published in English, which makes accessible original texts covering important political, social and historical themes concerning the continent of Africa. Its editorial policy encourages an interdisciplinary approach, involving the humanities and social sciences, including politics, history, sociology, anthropology, gender studies, enviromentalism, development studies, etc. Modern Africa: Politics, History and Society is published twice a year since 1st June, 2012. Each issue includes the following sections: Politics, History, Society, Reports, Reviews.