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Ghana’s Foreign Policy in Comparison with that of Japan And Russia Since 1960: With Reflections on the Arab Spring Uprising Since 2010 and Contemporary Global Diplomacy

The book gives an overview of the history of the Cold War and its effects on the International Community. It chronicles the history and build-up of the present-day Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration of the Republic of Ghana since 1960 and the Foreign Policy of Government of Ghana since 1960, including Ghana’s First to Fourth Republics and the Military Juntas. It touches on Comparative Analysis of Foreign Policy of the Governments of Ghana, Japan and the Russian Federation since 1960. It also reflects on the Arab Spring Uprising in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen, Syria and other Arab countries since December 2010 and stresses the need for the eradication of the Cold War mentality and polemics in contemporary global diplomacy and politics.

The unexpected fire outbreak at the Head Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, in Accra, on October 21, 2009, leading to the loss of some of its documentation, computers and other equipment, hastened the completion of the book with a view to helping to restore some institutional memory for the Ministry.

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Weight 0.800 kg
ISBN

9789988858629

Year Published

2015

Pages

302

Format

Paperback

Author

Joseph A. Allotey

Publisher

Sonlife Press

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