In the twenty-first century, complex and dynamic challenges within Africa are often borderless. With the ability to scale exponentially, localized conflicts can quickly destabilize regions. Since the early 2000s, scholarly efforts to explicate transnational challenges has led to a growing body of literature dedicated to the African continent. While promising, the corpora of secondary literatures often lack conceptual rigor and depth — requiring students, researchers and scholars to thread coherent narratives across diverse sets of government records, media reports, and firsthand accounts.
Contemporary Security Issues in Africa by William A. Taylor attempts to fill this void by serving as a primer for students, researchers and policymakers on Sub-Saharan Africa. Spanning three decades across sixteen case studies, the work aims to “Explore the nexus of culture, politics and security at the national, regional and international level.”
"Fixing a Hole: Contemporary Security Issues in Africa,"
The Journal of International Relations, Peace Studies, and Development: Vol. 6:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarworks.arcadia.edu/agsjournal/vol6/iss1/3