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Patrons of Poverty is an insightful analysis of the dynamics of the policies for advancement of developing countries as they interface with those of the developing world.
With focus on Africa, its central contention is that slavery, colonialism and the neo-colonial policies masterminded by the West through international agencies of global governance such as the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund are responsible for the primary and secondary uneven development of the continent.
In ways that are genuinely patriotic and erudite, it prescribes for Africa the path to TRUE self determinism as a way out of the loop of underdevelopment.
Akhaine earned his PhD in Politics at Royal Holloway, University of London.
He is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Political Science, Lagos State University, Nigeria and a Contributing Editor to the UK-based Review of African Political Economy.
Widely published, his research interest covers comparative politics and political economy.
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