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Business, Security and Human Rights: Governance Insights from Canadian Transnational Mining Firms in Ghana and South Africa
Over the last two decades, we have seen the proliferation of nonstate actors such as transnational corporations (TNCs) on the global stage. Despite evidence pointing to the socio-economic contributions of TNCs, there have ...
Rethinking the Migration-Conflict Nexus: Insights from the Cocoa Regions in Côte d'Ivoire and Ghana
In recent years, International Relations scholars have begun to consider migration as an explanatory variable, recognizing its potential role in contributing to the outbreak of violent conflict. Despite the theoretical and ...
Political Parties and Democratic Development in Ghana: From Transition to Consolidation and Beyond
At the time of the Ghana’s independence in March 1957, a democratic system of government was instituted, but the process of political development was derailed and often interrupted by frequent coups. This is evident in the ...