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AuthorLawley, Jonathan (Jonathan Coldstream)
TitleBeyond the Malachite hills : a life of colonial service and business in the new Africa / Jonathan Lawley
ImprintLondon ; New York : I.B. Tauris, 2010
New York : Distributed in the United States and Canada exclusively by Palgrave Macmillan
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NotesIncludes index
OCLC #464621090Find in WorldCat
Phys. Descriptionviii, 304 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
ISBN9781848850491 (hbk.)
1848850492 (hbk.)
SubjectsAfrica -- Social conditions -- 1960-
Africa -- Politics and government -- 1960-
Africa -- Foreign relations -- 1960-
Africa -- Economic conditions -- 1960-
Lawley, Jonathan (Jonathan Coldstream)
What hope is there for Africa? Since the heady and hopeful days of decolonisation, the story seems to be one of unrelenting disaster - revolution; brutal military dictatorship; ethnic conflict and even genocide; civil war; state-threatening corruption; economic failure; and, in places, the complete breakdown of state and society. And all has been compounded by natural disasters - drought,(More)
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Jonathan Lawley
Jonathan Lawley runs the Southern African Business Forum where he combines his unique experience of the British Colonial Service, decolonisation and business in modern Africa. He was born in India in the North-West Frontier Province where his father was in the Indian Engineering Service. After school and university in what was then called Southern Rhodesia, South Africa and Cambridge (More)
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p. vii
Lord Carrington
p. ix
Map of Southern Africa
p. x
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