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Dr Robert K Glah, INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW ON AFRICAN SOLIDARITY FOR SUSTAINABLE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION (ATUP) 2016; Hardback ISBN: 978-1-903519-06-6, Pages xxxii, 1093; Paperback ISBN: 978-1-903519-55-4, Pages xxxii, 1093; DIGITAL EDITIONS IN E-PUB BOOK EDITION AND MOBI BOOK EDITION

SUMMARY TABLE OF CHAPTERS
  1. Introduction
  2. African land and the people and control of investment and development
  3. African Union states and strategic African solidarity under international economic law
  4. African solidarity under international economic law Revolution through the RECs
  5. Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana vision and people-centred SDGs and incorruptible leadership
  6. Debate on Dr Kwame Nkrumah in Ghana Parliament: Nkrumah the Pan African trailblazer
  7. Ghana University education must produce non-job seekers to meet the industrial Revolution
  8. Recent waves of corruption in the public and private sectors in Ghana are investment barriers
  9. Ghana economy still resilient: balance economy not only fiscal imbalances of the fisc
  10. IMF 2015 partnership bailout will not hurt Ghana: not a Trojan debt trap
  11. Pan African leadership lesson: Strategic borrowing or strategic industrial Revolution
  12. President Buhari of Nigeria presidential election victory and incorruptible leadership
  13. African oil governance: oil discovery in Ghana: oil glut and price fall impact on development finance
  14. South African President Jacob Zuma against xenophobia and for strategic African solidarity
  15. Africa’s infrastructure deficits are opportunities for strategic industrial Revolution
  16. China rising peacefully urged to invest more in Africa in prosperous SDGs
  17. Unites States-African Leaders Summit and President Obama East African visit
  18. EU urged to invest more and create jobs in Africa to uphold its global leadership
  19. Climate Change and Paris global warming deal impact on Africa and the world
  20. Agric food, miming, oil and gas Revolution leads to African industrial revolution
  21. Ghana: Enforce National Development Planning Commission (NDPC) Guidelines
  22. The Conclusions: African Union Commission of Technocrats


KEYWORDS EXPERIENCE OF THE BOOK:

African aid is decried, Aid to Africa withdrawn, African land mass, African population, Great civilizations and Empires of Africa since BC4, Africa’s natural resources, African agric food, energy, mining, oil, gas policy change leads to African industrial Revolution, African infrastructure deficits, African oil discovery and oil governance, African Union Members, African Union organs, African Court of Justice, African Regional Economic Communities (RECs), China in African development,
Climate change policy impact, Doctrine of colonial powers in Africa, Europe in Africa for mutual benefits of Europe and Africa, European colonialism in Africa and the Berlin Conference, EU and African development, Ghana resilient economy, Ghana University education, International acquisitive capitalism society, IMF in Ghana and Africa, Kwame Nkrumah strategic vision and incorruptible leadership, Multinational corporations have no development motive, President Buhari of Nigeria election victory and incorruptible leadership, South African President Jacob Zuma and xenophobia, United Nations in African development, United States in African development, Waves of corruption in Ghana and the rule of law, World Bank Group in African development.

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