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Secession-Related Agitations: Is It High Time Crisis-Torn African Countries Renegotiated Their Nationhood?

Written by Olusegun Akinfenwa   Secession-related armed conflicts are fast becoming omnipresent in Africa and have caused the fragmentation and division of many nations. The unrest usually comes with highly devastating impacts that are largely responsible for the continent’s economic and social retardation. From Nigeria’s Biafra to Ethiopia’s Tigray and

National Identity, Citizenship, and Belonging: Afro-descendants in Spain and Catalonia – Eric

By Abena Wariebi The third excerpt from interviews taken from a Master’s thesis carried out by Abena Wariebi at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain. Entitled “National Identity, Citizenship, and Belonging: Afro-descendants in Spain and Catalonia”, the thesis is an investigation of black identities in Barcelona, specifically exploring what it means

National Identity, Citizenship, and Belonging: Afro-descendants in Spain and Catalonia – Agnes

By Abena Wariebi The second excerpt from interviews taken from a Master’s thesis carried out by Abena Wariebi at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain. Entitled “National Identity, Citizenship, and Belonging: Afro-descendants in Spain and Catalonia”, the thesis is an investigation of black identities in Barcelona, specifically exploring what it means

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