Please note that there will be no extension of submission of conference papers beyond March 31,2011, the due date . Those who have submitted abstracts must submit papers. We have over 50 abstracts that have been accepted. We have also received papers, but not all the papers yet.We expect to receive all the papers by the due date of MARCH 31,2011.
Please note that abstarct submission is closed, all papers must be submitted by March 31, 2001.
Some Themes for Writing Papers
The following sub-themes form the major preoccupations of the conference:
• The Clash of Tradition and Modernity in Africa
• Pan-Africanism for the 21st Century
• The political economy of African Integration
• The Scramble for Africa and the Post-Colonial Nation-building Processes
• The Dilemma in Sudan and the Congo Basin
• The ethics of public service and the struggle against corruption
• Energy exporters African states are Energy poor: why?
• Energy importing developed countries are energy rich? Why?
• The Imperative of African Integration
• Indigenous Knowledge Systems
• The New Scramble for Africa: China, India, and Brazil
• Pivotal States: South Africa, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Kenya,
• North Africa and the rest of Africa
• Lusophone, Francophone, Anglophone Africa vs. Africa-phone Africa?
• The United States of Africa or the Africa Nation
• The Pan-African Congresses and Pan-Africanism
• Towards the 8th Pan-African Congress and Peoples Pan-Africanism
• Europe and USA and Africa
• Who in Africa can and should lead Africa? Can Africans Agree to be led by Africans?
• How can the barriers that prevent African engagement with other Africans be removed?