Africa Beyond Liberal Democracy: In Search of Context-Relevant Models of Democracy for the Twenty-First Century

Lexington Books (2022)
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The contributors to this volume ask whether democracy is universal or culturally bound, how the adoption of Western liberal models of democracy has hindered democratisation in Africa, and how indigenous African political thought can be utilised to design models of democracy suitable for twenty-first-century African countries.



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