The Reconfiguration of Political Order in Africa: A Case Study of North Kivu (DR Congo)

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˹ 321 - The Massacre of Refugees in Congo: A Case of UN Peacekeeping Failure and International Law" Journal of Modern African Studies 38 (2): 163-202.
˹ 310 - It is difficult to point to any individual or limited group of men as the ruler or rulers of the society. 2. Such authority roles as exist affect a rather limited sector of the lives of those subject to them. 3. The wielding of authority as a specialised, full-time occupation is virtually unknown.
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˹ 36 - ... are class based (eg, much of the Marxist literature), or have skipped the important dynamics within domestic society altogether (eg, dependency and world system theories). As we shall see shortly, it is far from inevitable that state leaders will achieve predominance for the state. In cases where it is unattainable, at least for the time being, the state does not simply disappear nor does it always continually incur the high costs of battling those who are effectively making the rules in this...
˹ 23 - Lonsdale suggested a distinction between 'state-building', as a conscious effort at creating an apparatus of control, and 'state formation, as an historical process whose outcome is a largely unconscious and contradictory process of conflicts, negotiations, and compromises between diverse groups'.
˹ 256 - Librarians have already devised ingenious ways of exploiting duplicating machines, and there is every reason to believe that they will continue to do so.
˹ 184 - A reconfiguration of political order? The state of the state in Northern Kivu (Congo).