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The Future of Africa in the World

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The Future of Africa in the World;First published in the Internationale Politik


Africa is not poor; it has an artificial cash flow problem created artificially due to over reliance on donors. Left free to choose solutions on its own – Africa will be prosperous. This paper was first published in the Internationale Politik

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