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Call for Chapters: The Politics of New Resource Discoveries in the Post Resource Curse Era

Call for Papers
March 15, 2023
California, United States
Subject Fields: 
African History / Studies, Diplomacy and International Relations, Geography, Political Science, Social Sciences

I'm seeking chapters for an edited book entitled "The Politics of New Resource Discoveries in the "Post-Resource Curse" Era". This compendium of writings is intended to shed light on how African states are responding to new resource discoveries in an era where the effects brought upon by the “resource curse” are widely understood. My wish is to incorporate chapters written on various African countries to establish a volume on how African governments are addressing the resource curse in light of new resource discoveries.