African Journal of
Political Science and International Relations

  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Pol. Sci. Int. Relat.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1996-0832
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJPSIR
  • Start Year: 2007
  • Published Articles: 385

From the end of history to the end of neo-liberalism: From Fukuyama to Fukuyama

October-December 2021 - Vol 15 Num. 4

The emergence of neo-liberalism as a hegemonic ideological doctrine followed both the awkwardness of social democracy and the demise of communism, during the 1970s and 1990s. The main objective of neo-liberalism was to achieve socioeconomic development and political stability; using its unique instruments of...

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Tracing rhetoric to comprehend contemporary Sino-Ghana economic policy initiatives

October-December 2021

Daniel Abankwa

From the end of history to the end of neo-liberalism: From Fukuyama to Fukuyama

October-December 2021

Sibuh Gebeyaw Tareke

Secession and border disputes in Africa: The case of Sudan and South Sudan border

October-December 2021

Abubakar Mohammed and Yahaya T. Baba

Perspectives on state funding of political parties and the consolidation of constitutional democracy in Ghana, Africa

July-September 2021

Samuel Marfo, Halidu Musah and Festus Owiredu-Amankwah

Politics by other means: Protests in Ethiopia (2015 -2018)

July-September 2021

Yohannes Gebeyehu Alebachew

October 2014

Neo-colonialism or De-colonialism? China’s economic engagement in Africa and the implications for world order

Jian Junbo and Donata Frasheri

October 2014

Lessons of 1969’S US Selective Service Amendment Act: Explaining US babyboomers’ civil war

George Steven Swan

October 2014

Elaborated and restricted codes of pluralism - Entangled manifestations in natural resource-dependent African countries

Francisco Kofi Nyaxo Olympio

November 2014

PBC- A commission for hegemonic peace building?

Keorapetse Mmoloki Gabatlhaolwe

November 2014

Elites and exclusive politics in Sub-Saharan African

Ibrahim Baba

February 2009

Political education through the university: A survey of Nigerian university students

M.A. Adelabu and A.O. Akinsolu

May 2009

The legislatures in Africa: A trajectory of weakness

Mojeed  Olujinmi  A. Alabi

March 2009

Globalization, migration and the philosophy of in-ward looking: The contemporary Igbo nation in perspective

Chris C. Ojukwu

August 2008

Rational emotive behaviour therapy in improving retirees’ attitude towards political participation

Mary Ogechi Esere, Joshua A. Omotosho and Mary C. O. Arewah

October-December 2021

Tracing rhetoric to comprehend contemporary Sino-Ghana economic policy initiatives

Daniel Abankwa