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Why Europe intervenes in Africa : security prestige and the legacy of colonialism
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Éditeur Oxford University Press
Année 2018
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Why Europe intervenes in Africa : security prestige and the legacy of colonialism
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Acknowledgements ; List of illustrations and tables. Introduction : Theorizing European military intervention ; Security, prestige and weight of neo-colonialism ; A new light on intervention, and rejection of Eurocentrism ; Research design and methodology ; Context: conflict and politics in Africa. 1 A theory of European military intervention : Defining military intervention ; Realism ; Constructivism ; Post-colonialism. 2 Historical background : Colonialism or "robbery with violence" ; Post-decolonization: Europe's protected zones of influence. 3 Actors in military intervention: a global perspective : The developing role of African actors ; Increasing UN presence ; The rising influence of China ; The United States and military expansion. 4 The persistence of the French pré Carré : La Françafrique, French exceptionalism ; A substantial military presence ; Neo-colonial constraints, convenience relations and prestige. 5 The United Kingdom: the colonial legacy, and international prestige : Limited economic and diplomatic presence ; Multilateral military intervention ; "Africa for Africans" and international legitimacy. 6 The European Union: indifference, security and economic interests, prestige : Massive aid and waning trade ; The rise of security diplomacy and civilian crisis management ; Minimal military intervention ; Prestige, security and waning of neo-colonialism. 7 European intervention in Africa: the past and the future : A summary of findings ; Conditions for future interventions, and implications for Africa. Appendix : Situating "why Europe Intervenes in Africa" in the literature. Bibliography ; Index
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