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1. Representations of Power in Mayombe: “Men Will Be Prisoners of the Structures They Will Have Created”

2. Socio-Spatial and Ethnic-Racial Segregation in Megacities, Large Cities and Global Cities in Africa

3. African Union: Mbeki’s South Africa Policy for Africa

4. Elections and Democratic Deficits in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic: A Commentary

5. Trust in Political Power and Government Institutions in Mozambique: 2014-2018

6. The Dominance of Terrorism: Aspects of the Socio-Political Challenges in Post-Independence West AfricA: Nigeria, Burkina Faso and Mali

7. Main Trends of Terrorism in Africa Towards 2025

8. African Marxist Military Regimes, Rise and Fall: Internal Conditioners and International Dimensions

9. Brazil-Africa Relations: From the Slave Nexus to the Construction of Strategic Partnerships

10. Erratic Behaviour of the United Nations and Global Governance in. Africa: The State as a Smokescreen for World Security

11. Cuba's medical experience in sub-Saharan Africa: its contribution against Covid-​19

12. An analysis of optimal devolved government size for growth: Armey curve in Kenya

13. The Horn of Africa and the refugee field in Dadaab in Kenya

14. Western Sahara: history, U.N acting and foreign interests

15. Debating land in Africa: an analysis of the impacts of colonialism and neoliberalism in Guinea-Bissau's agrarian transition

16. Leadership and decision making processes in Mozambique: governance of Samora Machel - 1975/1986

17. The web of legal pluralism and traditional authorities in Mozambique

18. PROTECTION REGIME FOR ASYLUM APPLICANTS AND REFUGEES IN LAW 10/15 OF JUNE 17, LAW ON THE RIGHT OF ASYLUM AND THE REFUGEE STATUS IN ANGOLA

19. POST-NIGERIAN CIVIL WAR COMMUNITY RECONSTRUCTION STRATEGIES IN (ANIOMA) WESTERN IGBOLAND, 1970-1991

20. “OME SA OME” AND “MWALA SA MWALA”1 : GENDER VIOLENCE IN THE EXPERIENCES OF SANTOMESE WOMEN

21. Agostinho Neto University: An Analysis of Context and Process of Scientific Work Production

22. Of Marauders and Brigands: Scoping the Threat of Rural Banditry in Nigeria’s North West

23. Vigilante Groups and Policing in a Democratizing NigeriA: Navigating the Context and Issues

24. Economy of the Third World and Search for Greener Pastures in the Desert: Focus on Nigeria and Her Neighbours

25. The Ambiguity Towards Portugal’s African Colonies (1953-1985): Defining Aspects of Brazil’s African Policy

26. Uses, Reuses and Abuses: Crossing “Borders” and “Luso-Africanities” in the Historiographies of Angola, Cape Verde and Guinea-Bissau for the 15th, 16th and 17th Centuries

27. Mining Policy and Socio-Cultural and Sustainable Integration of the Resettled in Cateme-Mozambique: 2009-2017

28. The Migration Flows in South Africa and Its Impacts on Southern Africa (1960-2000)

29. Between Domestic and Global Politics: The Determinants of Eritrea’s Successful Secession

30. Good Governance and Accountability: An Assessment of the Media’s Role in Achieving Transparency in the 2019 General Elections in Nigeria

31. Remembering the Massacre of Civilians in Aniomaland During the Nigerian Civil War

32. Justice for the Rich, Judgement for the Poor: ‘Elite Immunity’, Rampant Impunity and the Administration of Criminal Justice in Nigeria

33. Afrocentrism and Regional Leadership: An Approach to the Identity of Nigerian Foreign Policy

34. Post-Authoritarian Nigeria: Democratizing Under Pervasive Corruption

35. South-South Cooperation and Technological Development in Defense: The Case of the Missile a-Darter

36. From the Tripartite Agreement (1988) to the Peace Agreement in 2002: The Peace Process in Angola

37. Political Breakdown in South Sudan: United Nations and a New Challenge to Human Security (2014 - 2018)

38. Thabo Mbeki as African Pantheon: Claiming the 21st Century for Global Africa

39. Seasonal Migrants, Poverty Alleviation and Contract Sex in the Cocoa Producing Centers in the Littoral Quadrant of Cameroon: A Diagnostic Socio-Anthropological Study in the Post Colonial Era

40. ‘Land Bandits’ or ‘Land Grabbers’: Fulani Herdsmen and Local Farmers Incessant Bloody Clashes in Nigeria

41. The Role of Multinational Oil Corporations (Mnocs) in Nigeria: More Exploitation Equals Less Development of Oil-Rich Niger Delta Region

42. Chinese Investment and Its Implications for Nigeria’s Economic Security

43. Gender Equality or Inequality in Africa? African Feminist Thinking

44. Post-Conflict Peace-Building in a Contested International Border: The Nigeria-Cameroon Border Conflict Settlement and Matters Arising

45. Dual Colonialism and the Formation of the National State: The South African Case

46. Cultural Diversity in the Cameroon Higher Education Policy Definition: A Historical Appraisal

47. Mainstreaming Corruption Poverty and Development in Nigeria

48. Opportunities and Challenges for Mozambique From the Indian Expansion in Africa

49. The Dynamics of Africa in World Affairs: From Afro-Pessimism to Afro-Optimism?

50. From Mandela to Zuma: The Importance of the Southern Atlantic Region for South Africa’s Foreign Policy

51. Iran-Africa Relations: Opportunities and Prospects for Iran

52. Brexit, the EU and Strategic Uncertainties: Short, Medium and Long Term Implications for Sub-Saharan Africa