TOC: Guinea-Bissau: Micro-State to ‘Narco-State’, ed., Patrick Chabal and Toby Green

Kathleen Sheldon Discussion

Patrick Chabal and Toby Green, eds., Guinea-Bissau: Micro-State to ‘Narco-State’ (London: Hurst, 2016)

Table of Contents

Introduction — Toby Green

Part One: Historical Fragilities

  1. Dimensions of Historical Ethnicity in the Guinea-Bissau Region — Toby Green
  1. Guinea-Bissau’s Colonial and Post-Colonial Political Institutions — Joshua B. Forrest
  1. Guinea-Bissau’s Rural Economy and Society: A Reassessment of Colonial and Post-Colonial Dynamics — Philip J. Havik

Part Two: Manifestations of the Crisis

  1. Rural Livelihoods and Social Stability in Guinea-Bissau: The End of an Era? — Marina Padrão Temudo and Manuel Bivar Abrantes
  1. History, Mixture Modernity — Ramon Sarró and Miguel de Barros
  1. Gendered Patterns of Migration and Changing Gender Relations in Guinea-Bissau — Aliou Ly
  1. The Guinean Diaspora After 1998 — José Lingna Nafafé

Part Three: Political Consequences of the Crisis

  1. Ethnicity and the Political System Post-1998 — Christoph Kohl
  1. Global Geopolitics and the Failure of Securitization in Guinea-Bissau — Simon Massey
  1. Guinea-Bissau: The ‘Narco-State’ and the Impact on Institutions in Guinea-Bissau and Countries in the Sub-Region — Hassoum Ceesay

Conclusion — Toby Green