(S6.E16.) Recent Africa Since World War Two
Recent Africa Since World War Two
This podcast explores changes and challenges within Africa since World War Two. As one of the oldest cultures, it has been dominated by European colonies during the 1800s through World War Two. The recent liberation of the countries has created great opportunities but also challenges regarding economics, politics, and social conditions. The Rwandan genocide is explored to understand how the forces of history help to explain this tradegy and the influence by outside countries with the events.
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