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  • A well-researched book
  • A groundbreaking portrait of the changing face of modern Africa
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AuthorAlex Perry
LanguageEnglish
PublisherW&N
Publication Date13/07/2017
Book DescriptionTaking the Great Rift Valley, the geological fault that will eventually tear Africa in two as his central metaphor, Alex Perry explores the split between a resurgent Africa and a world at odds with its rise. Africa has long been misunderstood and abused by outsiders. Perry travelled the continent for most of a decade, meeting with entrepreneurs and warlords, professors and cocaine smugglers, presidents and jihadis, among many others. Yet, as Africa finally wins the substance of its freedom, it must confront the three last false prophets of Islamists, dictators and aid workers, who would keep it in its bonds.
Editorial ReviewAn epic, rich, endlessly surprising narrative of a fast-changing Africa by one of the few Western journalists to have spent enough time there to understand it. Calls to mind the best African writing of Ryszard Kapuscinski - Douglas Rogers;
About the AuthorAlex Perry was Time magazine's bureau chief in Africa until 2013 and is a contributing editor to Newsweek. His awards include honours from the Society of Publishers in Asia, the Foreign Press Association in London and the Overseas Press Club in New York. He is the author of Falling Off The Edge And Globalisation, World Peace And Other Lies, Lifeblood How To Change The World, One Dead Mosquito At A Time and numerous ebooks on Africa, the Europe and the Middle East. In 2007, while covering Zimbabwe's implosion, Perry was held in jail for five days before being convicted of being a 'determined and resourceful journalist.
Number of Pages320
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