The Nativist Revolution and Development Conundrums in Zimbabwe
This paper situates the Zimbabwe crisis within the global environment, which is characterized by triumphant neo-liberalism. It locates the Zimbabwean crisis at the interface between marginalization and localism on the one hand and globalization and cosmopolitanism and its fundamentalist forces on the other. Further it employs theoretical concepts such as Afro-radicalism, nativism, indigenization and the limits of both nationalism and neo-liberalism as entry points into a conceptual re-definition of the Zimbabwean development conundrum that continues to elicit debate locally, regionally and internationally.
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