Table of contents for Intervention and transnationalism in Africa : global-local networks of power / [edited by] Thomas M. Callaghy, Robert Latham, Ronald Kassimir.

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1. Introduction Robert Latham, Ronald Kassimir and Thomas Callaghy
Part I. Historical Dimensions and Conceptual Frameworks: 2. Networks, moral discourse and history Frederick Cooper
3. Defining transboundary connections: international arenas, translocal networks and transterritorial deployments Robert Latham
4. Producing local politics: governance, representation and non-state organization in Africa Ronald Kassimir
Part II. Transboundary Networks, States and Civil Societies: 5. Networks and governance in Africa: innovation in debt regime Thomas Callaghy
6. When networks blind: human rights and politics in Kenya Hans Peter Schmitz
7. Global, state and local intersections
a study of power, authority and conflict in the Niger Delta oil communities CyrilI. Obi
Part III. Political Economies of Violence and Authority: 8. How sovereignty matters: global markets and political economy of local politics in weak studies William Reno
9. Post-modern warfare in Sierra Leone? Recovering the local and social in global-local constructions of violence Paul Richards and Caspar Fithen
10. New sovereigns? The frontiers of wealth creation and regulatory authority in the Chad Basin Janet Roitman
11. Out of the shadows Carolyn Nordstrom
Part IV. Reflections: 12. Authority and interventions in world politics Michael Barnett
13. Toward a new research agenda Ronald Kassimir and Robert Latham.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Africa Politics and government 20th century, Power (Social sciences) Africa, Social sciences Network analysis