Lion Cubs? Lessons from Africa’s Success Stories

Jan 15, 2004

Edited by Anna Reid; Introduced by David Cowan

While prophesies of an ‘African Renaissance’ were over-optimistic, out of the headlines some African countries have been doing relatively well. Lion Cubs brings together an international group of contributors in four case studies. Botswana demonstrates how Africans should manage natural resources; Tanzania the difficulty of moving to privatisation and de-regulation; Rwanda and Mozambique the importance of broad-based, inclusive government for successful conflict resolution.

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