- University of Wisconsin - Madison
- Political Science
- Political Science 660
- African midterm
Last Modified: 2011-07-03
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-clientelism: exacerbates local/ethnic tensions. Rwanda example.
-Countries that are not democratic and discover oil/diamonds get there funds from resources, not from taxing the public. So they aren’t legitimized by the public- the public has no power in government.
-propoganda: africanization campaign, changing the name to zaire.
French: assimilation, evulues. The elite inherited power after independence. Close ties with France remained in these countries.
- Belgium: left colonies ill equipped, exploited resources.
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