Article Published in Wold Politics Review

James Hamill, in the School of History and Politics, recently published an article in the World Politics Review entitled "Why the Military Continues to Cast a Long Shadow Over African Politics"

In this article, James Hamill of the School of History, Politics & International Relations explores the various ways in which the military continues to cast a long shadow over African politics even if the military coup d’etat is now a much less frequent occurrence.

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