The Great Nation of Africa

A Vision for the 'Motherland'
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ISBN-13:
9781481781954
Einband:
Ebook
Erscheinungsdatum:
05.01.2012
Seiten:
184
Autor:
Sundiata Kaajja
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This book presents the authors vision of a prosperous and peaceful Africa South of Sahara (AfSS). This region constitutes of some fifty functional states that are sometimes referred to as nation-states; primarily due to their conspicuous failure to forge themselves into viable and cohesive multi-national states. The publishing of this book follows the authors conception of the Great Nation of Africa (GNA) Project. This book is primarily intended to communicate the essence of that project to the appreciation of as many people worldwide as possible. The GNA Project is essentially a blue-print that details how this region could be transformed into a strong and prosperous nation. Many of the ideas and concepts contained in this book can be applied to a wide range of situations world-wide such as in: building more cohesive nations, effecting positive socio-economic transformations and addressing conflicts; be they social or armed. So, why should the agenda of effecting positive and lasting socio-economic changes in AfSS be of interest to all? Well, sample this:- AfSS has more than 850 million residents. Its population is estimated to stand at between 1.5 billion and 2.0 billion in the year 2050. -Due to the legacy of colonization, the currently widespread poor governance and inept leadership, and the insidious effects of climate change; large swathes of this region seem destined for total breakdown of socio-political order. - As the recent piracy episodes near Somali coast have been proving time and again, the larger international community will be affected by such breakdown of social order. - AfSS is well endowed in natural resources and a young vibrant population. If appropriately nurtured and directed, it has the potential to become one of the most important socio-economic entities in the world. For further information on the GNA Project, please visit TheGreatNation.org.
This book presents the authors vision of a prosperous and peaceful Africa South of Sahara (AfSS). This region constitutes of some fifty functional states that are sometimes referred to as nation-states; primarily due to their conspicuous failure to forge themselves into viable and cohesive multi-national states. The publishing of this book follows the authors conception of the Great Nation of Africa (GNA) Project. This book is primarily intended to communicate the essence of that project to the appreciation of as many people worldwide as possible. The GNA Project is essentially a blue-print that details how this region could be transformed into a strong and prosperous nation.Many of the ideas and concepts contained in this book can be applied to a wide range of situations world-wide such as in: building more cohesive nations, effecting positive socio-economic transformations and addressing conflicts; be they social or armed.

So, why should the agenda of effecting positive and lasting socio-economic changes in AfSS be of interest to all? Well, sample this:

- AfSS has more than 850 million residents. Its population is estimated to stand at between 1.5 billion and 2.0 billion in the year 2050.

-Due to the legacy of colonization, the currently widespread poor governance and inept leadership, and the insidious effects of climate change; large swathes of this region seem destined for total breakdown of socio-political order.

- As the recent piracy episodes near Somali coast have been proving time and again, the larger international community will be affected by such breakdown of social order.

- AfSS is well endowed in natural resources and a young vibrant population. If appropriately nurtured and directed, it has the potential to become one of the most important socio-economic entities in the world.

For further information on the GNA Project, please visit TheGreatNation.org.

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