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Effondrement et reconstruction de l'Etat : les continuités de la formation de l'Etat sierra léonais

Abstract : This thesis advance the argument that the case of Sierra Leone is exemplary for understanding the collapse of and reconstruction of neo-patrimonial states in Africa after the end of the cold war. It identifies the historical and socio-political processes that led to the collapse of the state but also the dynamics of its reconstruction. It is based on the hypothesis that state collapse and reconstruction underlines the continuities of state formation processes.
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Mohamed Jalloh. Effondrement et reconstruction de l'Etat : les continuités de la formation de l'Etat sierra léonais. Science politique. Université Montesquieu - Bordeaux IV, 2011. Français. ⟨tel-00878694⟩

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