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AFRICA AND INDIA IN THE 21ST CENTURY: CONTEXTS, COMPARISONS AND COOPERATION

ANAND SINGH AND NANDINI SEN

(University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa and Delhi University, Delhi, India)

2014 • Pages: 104 • Size: 180 x 240 mm •

Binding: Hard • Price: US $ 20/- Rs. 450/-

(Special Issue of Journal of Sociology and social Anthropology - No. 4)

AFRICA AND INDIA IN THE 21 CENTURY: CONTEXTS, COMPARISONS AND COOPERATION

In this special issue, the context of Africa-India Relations is with special reference to the political realities at this particular historical juncture, that is, early 21st century. As the Eurozone is undergoing a serious crisis and the USA grapples with economic shrinkage and a high unemployment problem, China and India are experiencing comparatively (though relatively) bigger economic growth rates. The consequences of these conditions are, for India and China, improved investment capacities and influence in Africa, testing their abilities to compete against the established interests of the West, testing their respective capacities against each other, and entrenching their gains to make their presence sustainable over the years. However antagonistic India and China might be towards each other, current economic and political realities forces them, at least at a rhetorical level, to cooperate in ways that ensures that the rest of the world perceives them as altruistic and responsible role players who are committed to development and world peace.

CONTENTS

Editorial

iii-iv
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  1. Aparajita Biswas • India’s Engagements in Africa at the Multilateral Level
    1-7
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  2. Goolam Vahed and Ashwin Desai • After Mandela Met Gandhi: The Past and Future of India-South Africa Relations
    9-18
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  3. Kalpana Hiralal • India’s Voice in the Satyagraha Campaigns in South Africa
    19-30
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  4. Mariam Seedat-Khan, Gunasekharan Dharmaraja and Sinethemba Sidloyi • A New Form of Bonded Labour: A Comparative Study between Domestic Workers of South Africa and India
    31-41
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  5. Nandini C. Sen • Gender, Militancy and Memory: A Study of the Mau Mau and Naxalbari Women
    43-54
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  6. Nirmala Gopal • Perceptions of Different Generations of South African Hindus of Indian Origin towards Religiosity?
    55-62
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  7. Shanta Balgobind Singh • An Overview of the Prevalent Types of Criminal Activities in India and South Africa
    63-72
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  8. Sophia Thubauville • From Ancient Trade Routes to Cooperation in Higher Education Indo-Ethiopian Relations and India’s Role in Ethiopia’s University Boom
    73-82
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  9. Sultan Khan • South African Muslim Clergy and its Political Response to Colonialism and Apartheid
    83-94
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Index

95-98
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