in Britain and Africa in the twenty-first century


The editors would like to thank the Economic and Social Research Council for their generous funding of the Research Seminar Series on ‘UK Africa policy after Labour’ between 2014 and 2016 (Reference ES/L000725/1), at which many of the chapters collected here were first presented. We are grateful to all of the speakers and participants in the events which made up the series, in both the UK and Kenya, for their engagement and enthusiasm in bringing this project to fruition. We would also like to acknowledge the contributions of all of our series partners, for hosting and otherwise supporting the events and the seminar team, including: the Royal African Society, All-Party Parliamentary Group for Africa, British Institute in Eastern Africa, Chatham House, Institute for Public Policy Research, the University of Birmingham, Oxford Brookes University, the University of Warwick and the University of Sheffield. Finally, thanks are due to the two anonymous reviewers for their support for this manuscript and thorough reading of drafts, and to Rob and Tony at Manchester University Press for helping to ensure we made it across the finishing line.

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Britain and Africa in the twenty-first century

Between ambition and pragmatism


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