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OSPCPTWN 76: (South) Africa Rising: Implications for Conflict, Democracy, and Human Rights

International political impacts of (South) Africa's emergence, including how the country's extraordinary wealth and stability (despite its ongoing challenges) translates into a unique role in shaping the trajectory of the continent. Key question: whether Africa will remain a place where autocratic rulers are insulated from external pressure and left alone to commit abuses in their own countries, or whether they will face pressure from their neighbors and the region acting collectively to change their ways. South African perspectives from Cape Town scholars and activists. Field trips to meet directly with South African government officials
Terms: Win | Units: 5 | Grading: Letter (ABCD/NP)
Instructors: ; Weinstein, J. (PI)
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