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Professor Suresh Kumar

Head of Department

Department of African Studies

Faculty of Social Sciences

University of Delhi, INDIA

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Phone & Fax: 00-91-11-27666673 (Office)

Mobile: 00-91-9910720241

Chief Editor,

Indian Journal of African Studies

www.africaindia.org

University Position

1. Professor, Department of African Studies, University of Delhi since 25th September 2012-Present.

2. Associate Professor, Department of African Studies, University of Delhi since 25th September 2009-24.09.2012.

3. Associate Professor , Eritrean Institute of Technology and Science Education, Mai Nefhi, Eritrea, North-East Africa,

from April 12, 2006 to 17th February 2008 (Appointment on Deputation).

4. Reader under CAS-1998, Department of African Studies, University of Delhi from 25th September 2006.

5. Lecturer, Department of African Studies, University of Delhi from 10th August 1998- 24-9-2006.

6. Lecturer, Rajdhani College, University of Delhi from 25th September 1997 to 10th August 1998.

7. Project Fellow in UGC Project, Department of Political Science, Delhi University from December 1, 1995

to April 11, 1996.

 

international Research project

1. Chief Collaborator of the Indian Council of Social Science Research-National Institute for the Humanities

and Social Sciences (ICSSR-NIHSS) International Joint Research Project on Religion, Yoga

and Education in India and South Africa (2016-2018).

2. UNESCO Research Group on African and Brazilian knowledge, practices, education and histories in a Southern Perspective, Porto University, Brazil, 2012-Continue.

3. Hashim Mbita Research Project on India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Yugoslavia (NAM) and Liberation

Struggle of Southern Africa Sponsored by Southern African Development Community (SADC) Secretariat,

Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania from February 2009-April 2010.

 

INTERNATIONAL  EXPERIENCE

United Nations lecture 6-11 October 2012



  • UNO Website Video You Tube Video


World Policy Council on Asia-Africa Agriculture Development 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxWwzygKpq8

FOREIGN EXPERIENCE

Sr.

YEAR

COUNTRIES

PURPOSE

1.

2015

Luanda, Angola

Lecture in International Conference

2.

2015

Cape Town, South Africa

Lecture in International workshop

3.

2014

Seoul, South Korea

Lecture in World Policy Conference

4.

2012

New York, USA

Lecture in IV Commission of the UNO

5.

2012

Kaula Lumpur, Malaysia

Lecture in Malaysian Chamber of Commerce

6.

2011

Dakar, Senegal

Lecture in International Conference

7.

2011

Stockholm, Sweden

Lecture in International Conference

8.

2010

Eritrea

Project Work & Lecture in International Conference

9.

2010

Bali, Indonesia

Lecture in International Conference

10.

2010

Bangkok, Thailand

Lecture in International Conference

11.

2009

Sao Paulo & el Salvador, Brazil

Lecture in International Conference

12.

2009

Rabat & Casablanca, Morocco

Lecture in International Conference

13.

2009

Kaula lumpur, Malaysia

Lecture in International Conference

14.

2009

Riyadh, Saudi Arab

Lecture in International Conference

15.

2009

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Lecture in International Conference

16.

2009

Eritrea

Lecture in International Conference

17.

2009

Turkey

Lecture in International Conference

18.

2008

Tunisia

Lecture in International Conference

19.

2008

Ethiopia

Lecture in International Conference

20.

2008

Eritrea

Teaching Assignment

21.

2007

Eritrea

Teaching Assignment

22.

2006

Eritrea

Teaching Assignment

23.

2004

Glasgow, Scotland

Lecture in International Conference

24.

2004

London, United Kingdom

Lecture in International Conference

25.

2003

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Lecture in International Conference

26.

2000

Swaziland

Research Work

27.

2000

Lesotho

Research Work

28.

2000

United Arab Emirates

Research Work

29.

2000

South Africa

Research Work , Interviews of eminent Academicians


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

International Media Interviews & Group Participation

1. Interview on Racial Attack on African in India, 6 February 2016 in BBC World Service.

2. Interview on India and Africa: Strengthening Education Pillar, 4 December 2015 in DUCR 90.4MHz.

3. Interview on Asia-Africa Cooperation in Farm Sector, 09 December 2014 in WPC TV. http://www.worldpolicyconferencetv.com/…/wpc-2014-suresh-k…/

4. Interview on Africa and Report of Economic Commission of Africa, 14 October 2013 in BBC World Service.

5. Interview on Terrorist Killings in Kenya, 23 September 2013 in BBC World Service.

6. Interview on India-Africa Relations in Opinion, 14 March 2012, ABC Channel, USA.

7. Interview on Current Situation in Nigeria, 8 February 2012 in BBC World Service

8. Interview on India-Egypt Relations in Current Talk, 30 May 2011 at 9:30 PM, Aljazeera (English) TV,

Doha (Qatar).

9. Interview on Analysis of India-Africa Forum Summit 2011, 28 May 2011 in Daily Spotlight Programme,

All India Radio, FM 106.4 at 9:30 PM.

10. Interview on Analysis of India-Africa Forum Summit 2011, 28 May 2011 in All India Radio,

Indraprasth Channel at 7:35 PM.

11. Interview on India-Africa Forum Summit 2011, 25 May 2011 in All India Radio, Rajdhani

Channel at 9:30 PM.

12. Interview on India-Africa Forum Summit 2011, 26 May 2011 in All India Radio, FM 106.4

at 9:30 PM.

13. Interview on Current Situation in Darfur, Aajkal, 7 March, 2009 in BBC World Service.

14. Interview on US Foreign Policy and India and National Emergency in Zimbabwe, World

This Week, 5 December, 2008 in BBC World Service.

15. Interview on Issues in DR Congo, 1 November, 2008 in BBC World Service.

16. Interview on India-Africa Forum Summit April 2008, 12 April 2008 in All India Radio,

Rajdhani Channel at 9:30 PM.

17. Interview on India-Africa Forum Summit April 2008, 11 April 2008 in All India Radio,

FM 106.4 at 9:30 PM.

18. Interview on India-Africa Forum Summit April 2008, 8 April 2008 in Current Talk at

10:00 PM, Aljazeera (English) TV, Doha (Qatar).

19. Interview on India-Africa Forum Summit April 2008, 7 April 2008 in Yomiuri Shinbun,

News Paper, Japanese language, Tokyo.

20. Interview on Darfur Crisis and USA Sanction on Sudan, 29 May, 2007 in BBC World

Service.

21. Interview on Ethiopia-Somalia War and its Consequences in Africa, 1 April, 2007 in

BBC World Service.

22. Panel discussion on India’s Position in World, 7 February 2007, in BBC World Service.

23. Interview on Ethiopia-Somalia War and its Consequences in Africa, 9 January, 2007

in BBC World Service.

24. Interview on Ethiopia-Somalia War and its Consequences in Africa, 8 January, 2007

in BBC World Service.

25. Interview on Ethiopia-Somalia War and its Consequences in Africa, 3 January, 2007

in BBC World Service.

26. Interview on Ethiopia-Somalia War and its Consequences in Africa, 26 December, 2006

in BBC World Service.

27. Interview on Beijing Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, 3-5 November

2006, 4 November 2006 in BBC World Service.

28. Interview on Peace Accord 2005, Kenya, (on North and South Sudan), BBC World

Service in 2005.

 


MEMBERSHIP & OFFICES IN LEARNED SOCIETIES

ü Member, Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), Senegal.

ü Member, Business Polity Sub Committee, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Africa Committee, India

since July 2011.

ü Member, Executive Committee, Indo-African Chamber of Commerce & Industries (IACCI), Mumbai.

ü Advisor, Indian Council for Human Relations, Delhi.

ü Member Governing body, Indian Council for Human Relations, Delhi.

ü Life Member, Indian Association for American Studies, Mumbai, India.

ü Life Member, Indian Political Science Association, Lucknow, India.

ü Life Member, Indian Institute of Labour Economics, Delhi. India. http://www.isleijle.org/

ü Life Member, Indian Association of Social Science, Allahabad, India. http://www.issaindia.org/

ü Life Member, Institute of Advanced Canadian Studies, Delhi, India.

ü Life Member, Peoples Council of Education, Allahabad, India. http://www.peoplecouncilofindia.info/

ü Honorary Member, Indo-African Society, Noida, Delhi. http://www.indo-african-society.org/

ü Member, Forum of Free Enterprises, Bombay, since 1993.

 

 

Participation in International Peace Process & Reconciliation


1. Political Researcher, Special Political and Decolonization Committee (Fourth Committee), United Nations

Organizations, New York 6-11th October 2012. Topic: The New Moroccan Constitution Guarantees

the Promotion of Moroccan Autonomy Initiative.

2. Delegate, Congress for the Liberation and the Reconstitution of Somalia from 6 -14th September 2007,

Asmara, Eritrea as Political Analyst.

3. Special Lecture on Current Situation in Horn of Africa, 14 March 2007, Department of African Studies,

University of Delhi, India.

4. Delegate, Peace Accord 2006, The Republic of Sudan and East Sudan Front, State Palace, Asmara, Eritrea,

North-East Africa, October 14, 2006.

5. Observer with Dr. Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem Mohammad, Peace Accord 2005, The Republic of Sudan

and South Sudan. 

 

 

National Research Project

1. Minor Research Project, University of Delhi on Development of Yoga Connection in India and Africa (2015-16).

2. Minor Research Project, University of Delhi on Geological Evidences and Social Connectivity of India and Africa

(Submitted in March 2015).

3. Minor Research Project, University of Delhi on Foreign Policy of India in Africa in the Changing International

Politics (Submitted in March 2014).

4. Minor Research Project, University of Delhi on Geopolitics and the Issue of Western Sahara

(Submitted in January 2013).

5. Minor Research Project, University of Delhi on Geopolitics and the Issue of Darfur in Sudan: A Vision

(Submitted in January 2012).

6. Minor Research Project, University of Delhi on Party System and Issue of Governance in Eritrea

(Submitted in March 2010).

7. Minor Research Project, University of Delhi on Political Economy and Social Issues in Eritrea,

Oct 2008-March 2009. (Submitted in March 2009).

8. Major Research Project, University Grants Commission, Delhi on Geopolitics Federalism: A Vision of

North and South Sudan, Mar.2008-11.

9. Minor Research Project, University of Delhi on Democracy and social Issues in South Africa and Indian:

An Evaluation, Oct 2002-04 (Submitted in Nov.2003).

PUBLICATIONS (TOTAL -145)

Books

1. Suresh Kumar, 2015. Non-Aligned Movement: India, Yugoslavia, Indonesia, Sri lanka,

Vol. IX. Mkuki na Nyota Publishers. Tanzania of Arnold J. Temu, Joel das Neves Tembe,

Southern African Liberation Struggles 1960-1994, Volume I-IX, Contemporaneous Documents.

2. Faisal Ahmed and Suresh Kumar, 2016. India and WANA: Economic and Geopolitical Engagements.

New Century Publications. Delhi. ISBN No. 978-81-7708-406-1.

3. Suresh Kumar. 2002. Federalism of South Africa and India. Pilgrims Publications. 2002.

Delhi (ISBN 81-7769-188-0).

 


Chapters in Different Books

1. Suresh Kumar, 2015. India and Economic Development of SADC: Challenges and

Opportunities: 247-289 in Paramjit Singh Sahani,ed. Indian and Southern Africa.

Forging through Development Partnership. Pentagon Press, Delhi, ICWA &

CRRID, Chandigarh (ISBN 978-81-8274-855-2).

2. Suresh Kumar, 2015. Project Opportunities in Southern Africa: 131-141 in Paramjit Singh

Sahani,ed. Indian and Southern Africa. Forging through Development Partnership. Pentagon Press,

Delhi, ICWA & CRRID, Chandigarh (ISBN 978-81-8274-855-2).

3. Suresh Kumar, January 2015. India’s Partnership in Strengthening Education Sector in Rising Africa.

63-72. In A S Yaruingam ed. The Rising Africa. Opportunities and Challenges for India.

Centre for African Studies. University of Delhi. India. (ISBN: 978-93-5174-945-5)

4. Suresh Kumar, October 2013. India’s role in Strengthening Education Sector. In A S Yaruingam ed.

Inside Africa: Contemporary Perspective. Shipra Publications. Delhi. (ISBN 978-81-7541-712-0)

5. Suresh Kumar, History of Economic Challenges and Opportunities Facing Africa and India in the Era of Globalization ASA (Under Publication)

6. Suresh Kumar, Impact of Colonial Policies on BICS Development, AMU (Under Publication)

7. Suresh Kumar, January 2012. Right to Residence and Ethical Violation of Human Rights:

A Case Study of an Employee of University of Delhi. in Mehartaj Begum. Human Rights

in the Millennium. APH Publishing Corporation. Delhi (ISBN 978-81-313-1440-1).

8. Krishna S. Rao & Suresh Kumar. June 2011. Women in Formal Business Sector Employment

in Eritrea:200-208 in P Subba Rao & others, 2011. Economic Turbulence: Shifts in Business

Strategies and Practices. Himalaya Publishing House. Mumbai. (ISBN 978-93-5024-817-1).

9. Suresh Kumar & Paramjit, March 2011.Global Warning and Solution through Yoga for

Environment Sustainability: 61-84. in Subhash Anand (ed). Eco-Development: Global Perspective.

Research India Press. New Delhi (ISBN 978-81-89131-46-3)

10. Suresh Kumar. April 2010. Climate Change and Environment Challenges: 289-306. in Saifuddin

Soz & Others (ed). SAARC: Emerging Challenges. Foundation for Peace and Sustainable

Development, Delhi (ISBN 81-903823-2-2).

11. Suresh Kumar. August 2008. SAARC-Africa Partnership in Global Economy and Socio-Economic

Transformation: 155-76, in Iqbal A Saradgi &   Others (ed.), SAARC: Socio-Economic Transformation.

Foundation for Peace and Sustainable Development, Delhi (ISBN 81-903823-1-4).

ARTICLES & RESEARCH PAPERS

YEAR 2015

1. Broom Again- A Symbol of Change in Nigeria, The Times of Africa. Vol. 7 Issue 3 May-June 2015.

2. Arab Spring: Arms Movement and Terrorism in Sub-Saharan Africa, Vol. 4 No. 4.

Inter-Disciplinary Academic Conference Proceedings. Hummingbird Publications and

Research International. Nigeria.

YEAR 2014

3. No Conditional Support and Move for Regional Integration of Africa, 15 October 2014.

http://www.menara.ma/ar/2014/10/15/1406719-html

4. Le discours de SM le Roi confirme le rôle pionnier du Maroc dans la défense du continent

africa in (expert indien)The speech of His Majesty King confirms the pioneering role of Morocco in the

defense of the African continent ( Indian expert). 28 September 2014.www.menara.ma

5. West Has No Ready-Made Prescription on Sustainable Development, 04.09. 2014 www.menara.ma

6. Tinderbox situation in North Africa: Can have dangerous spillover effects, Business Standard,

Delhi, 23 May 2014.

YEAR 2013

7. India-Mozambique Relations. June 2013. Diplomatist.

8. Role of BRICS in Africa’s Development: Common Synergies and Complementarities. March 2013.

Diplomatist.

9. Africa Ideal Destination to Energy Starved India. 2013. Indo-African Business

January-March.

10. African Infrastructure: India Offers Cost Effective Cutting Edge. 2013. Indo-African Business

January-March.

11. Geopolitics Regionalism under New Moroccan Constitution and Autonomy of Sahara, January 2013.

Indian Journal of African Studies. Vol. XVIII. April & October 2012. No. 1 & 2 (Published in January 2013).


YEAR 2012

 

12. Need for a Green Revolution in Africa, Africa Quarterly, Vol. 52, No. 2, May-July 2012:10:23.

13. Agriculture as an Emerging Sector: Mutual Interests of India and Africa, September 2012.

Business Opportunities & Challenges in African Agri-Food Sector. IACCI Publication. Mumbai.

14. Food Security and India’s Vision of Agriculture Development in Africa, September 2012.

Business Opportunities & Challenges in African Agri-Food Sector. IACCI Publication. Mumbai.

15. Demand of India’s Energy and Mutual Interests of India and Africa. 2012. Business Chronicle.

16. Infrastructure as an Emerging Sector: Mutual Interests of India and Africa. 2012.

Business Chronicle.

17. Emerging Sector Food Security and India's Vision of Agriculture Development in Africa,

African Review. Mumbai. May 2012.

18. Infrastructure as an Emerging Sector: Mutual Interests of India and Africa,

African Review. Mumbai. May 2012.

19. Oil Energy and Gas as an Emerging Sector: Mutual Interests of India and Africa,

African Review. Mumbai. May 2012.

20. African Studies in India: Its Renaissance and New Focus Areas, Indian Journal of African Studies.

Vol. XVI. April & October 2011. No. 1 &2 (Published in January 2012).

 

YEAR2011

21. Post 1990s Democratic Winds of Change: Blowing from South to North. Africa Quarterly.

May 2011.

22. Agriculture as an Emerging Sector: Mutual Interests of India and Africa. African Review.

Mumbai. April 2011.

23. Energy and Power as an Emerging Sector: Mutual Interests of India and Africa.

African Review. Mumbai. April 2011.

24. Education and ICT as an Emerging Sector: Mutual Interests of India and Africa.

African Review. Mumbai. April 2011.

25. India-Africa Cooperation: The Cotton Factor. Africa Quarterly. March 2011.

26. South Sudan: Birth of a New Nation. Diplomatist. Vol. III No.2. February 2011.

27. Development Aspirations in Contemporary Ethiopia. Diplomatist. Vol. III No.1. January 2011.

YEAR 2010

28. Policies & Educated the Practices of Environmental Sustainability in Africa.

Indian Journal of African Studies. Vol. XVI. April & October 2010. No. 1 &2.

29. Second Term for Paul Kagame. Verdict is the Reward for Development. Diplomatist Plus.

Vol. II. Issue No. 7. September 2010. www.Diplomatist.com

30. India’s Investment in Nigerian Agriculture Sector. The Times of Africa. Vol.2 Issue3. July 2010.

31. A New Neo-Scramble in Horn of Africa. Africa Quarterly. Vo. 50. No.2. May-July 2010.

32. Agriculture Outsourcing can Ensure Food Security in Africa & LAC, Indo-African Business,

EXIM Bank, May-July 2010. Mumbai. www.indoafricanbusiness.com

33. African Agriculture: An Abiding Investment venue for India, Food & Beverage,

F&B Industry, Vol. 2. Issue 17. July 16-31, 2010. http://www.fnbnews.com/specials/agrifood10.asp

34. African Agriculture: An Abiding Investment Avenue for India, Indo-African Business,

EXIM Bank. February-April 2010. Mumbai. www.indoafricanbusiness.com

35. India in Africa: An Emerging Power. Proceedings of the National Conference on India-Africa

Development Cooperation: past, Present and Future Vision. February 2010.

YEAR 2009

37. Globalization and African Culture, Africa Quarterly, Vol. 49, No. 2-3, May- October 2009.

38. Efforts for Democratic Set up in Zambia and Prospect of Indian Investors, Diplomatist,

January 2009. www.Diplomatist.com

39. Partnering a new Transformation, Africa Quarterly, Vol. 48, No. 4, Nov. - January 2009.

YEAR 2008

40. Nurturing the Tilling Fields of Africa, Africa Quarterly, Special Issue, Vol. 48, No.1, Feb- April 2008.

41. Global Energy Demand and Perspective, Peace and Development Digest, Vol. 8, No. 1,

July-Dec. 2008. RNI Regd. No. L: DELENG/2003/3499

42. The Role of India in Agricultural Development in Ethiopia, Indian Journal of African Studies,

Vo. XV, April & Oct. 2004 (Published in 2009).

43. Wiring Africa to the World, Africa Quarterly, Special Issue, Vol. 48, No.1, Feb- April 2008.

YEAR 2006

46. India-Africa Trade and Development Sector: Emerging Scenario, Golden Jubilee Anniversary,

Special Issue, September 2006, Department of African Studies, University of Delhi.

47. Indo-China Economic Cooperation in Africa and its Significance in International Relations,

Africa Digest, March 2006 (First Quarter), Indo-African Society, Delhi.

48. Equity and Reconciliation Commission and its Significance in the Political Economy of Morocco,

Africa Digest, March 2006 (First Quarter), Indo-African Society, Delhi.

49. India and Africa Energy Trade and Development Sector: major Challenges and Prospects,

India’s Energy Security: Major Challenges (Special Issues), Vol. II, Issue 33, 1-9 February 2006,

ORF Centre for Resources Management.

50. Peace Accord 2005 and Need to Build Geopolitics Federalism In Sudan,

The Atlantic Journal of World Affairs, Vol.2 No.1, January-March 2006. www.atlanticbooks.com

51. Social Issues and Emerging Opportunities in India-COMESA Relations,

Re-Visiting COMESA, Delhi, January 2006.

52. African Union: A Path towards Socio-Economic Integration,

Indian Journal of African Studies, Vol. No. XIV, No. 1 &2, 2003. (February, 2006).

YEAR 2005

53. Southern Focus; Partnering the SADC, Africa Quarterly, Vol.45, No.1,

special edition, November 2005, pp.52-57.(www.iccrindia.org)

54. IBSA Forum: Potential and Promise, ICWA Foreign Affairs Reports,

Indian Council of World Affairs, A Monthly Digest of Contemporary International Affairs,

Vol. NOs. 7-9, July-September, 2005, p.61-67.

55. Implementing Human Rights in Post Apartheid South Africa, Africa Digest,

September 2005 (Third Quarter), Indo-African Society, Delhi.

56. The Opportunities and Challenges of Economic Cooperation between India and East

Africa Community, East African Community, Delhi, April 2005.

YEAR 2004

57. Centre- Province/State Relations & their Impact on Economic Relation in South Africa &

India, Indian Journal of African Studies, Vol. No. XIII, No. 1 &2, 2002

(published in December 2004).

58. Geopolitics Federalism: Vision of North and South Sudan, published by

International Geographical Union, Glasgow-UK, August 2004.

59. Party System and Federalism in South Africa and India, Social Science Abstracts,

Vol. XXVII, 2003, Allahabad.

YEAR 1995-2003

60. Interview with Prof. D.J.Kriek on "Federalism in South Africa," Indian Journal of

African Studies, Vol.XI, April & October 2000, No. 1& 2 (Printed in 2001).

61. Land Reforms in South Africa: The Relevance of Indian Experience, Indian Journal of

African Studies, Vol.10, April & October 1999, No.1& 2 (Printed in 2000)

62. The European Union and South Africa: Problems and Prospects of Economic

Co-operation", Indian Journal of African Studies, Vol.9, April & October 1998, No. 1&2 (Printed in 1999).

63. One Chapter for M.A. Political Science- "South Africa as a Factor in International

Politics," Study Material of School of Correspondence Courses, 1995, University of Delhi.

YEAR 1996-2006

65. Political Economy of India Utilizing Cotton and Textile Opportunities in Africa. Social

Science Abstracts, Vol. XXXIV, 2010, Allahabad.

66. Education for All, Jobs for All’ in Eritrea: An Analysis, MOE Newsletter, Vol. I, No.3,

July-September 2006 (Published on November 14th 2006).

67. Facing the Challenges in the Era of Globalization and the Issue of Regional

Identity in India, Social Science Abstracts, Vol. XXVIII, 2004, Allahabad.

68. Comprehensive Bibliography on African Regional Organizations: Anglophone

and Francophone Africa, Africa Quarterly, Vol.44, No.1, 2004.

69. Education and Employment Opportunities to Disabled People in India: A Case Study

of University of Delhi, published by NFOWD, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Dec.2003

70. The Need of Universal Peace Resolution and its Relevance, Gandhi Jyoti, Vol.54,

No.1, April 2003 Department of Gandhian Thought, Tilakamanjhi Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur

71. Rural Non-Farm employment in India, The Indian Journal of Labour Economics,

Vol. 45, No. 4, Oct-Dec. 2002, Delhi.

72. Poverty and its consequences of Migration in Non-Farm Employment in India, Social

Science Abstracts, Vol. XXVI, 2002, Allahabad.

73. One Chapter for B.A. IInd Political Science- "Role of Business and Rich Farmers in

the Process of Development," Study Material of School of Correspondence Courses,

1996, University of Delhi.

BOOK REVIEWS

YEAR 1995-2015

74. Limits to Liberation after Apartheid, Citizenship, Governance & Culture, 2010. Indian

Journal of African Studies, Vol. No. XIV, No. 1 &2. 2010

75. Abdel hadi Elisiddig, Sudan and Pan-Africanism, Center for Strategic Studies, 2004,

Khartoum, Indian Journal of African Studies, Vol. No. XIV, No. 1 &2, 2003. (February 2006).

Translated by Leisety Mc Loughlin.

76. Martin Klein, Slavery and Colonial Rule in French West Africa (Cambridge University

Press, 1998, New York), Africa Quarterly, Vol.43 No.4, 2003. (Published in September 2004).

77. George Klay Kieh. Jr. & Ida Rousseau Mukenge, Zones of Conflict in Africa: Theories and

Cases (Prager, USA, 2002), Indian Journal of African Studies, Vol. No. XIII, No. 1 &2,

2002 (published in December 2004).

78. Shanti Sadiq Ali, The African Dispersal in the Deccan (Orient Long man Limited, 1996,

Delhi), Africa Quarterly, Vol.43 No.1, 2003 (Published in June 2003)

79. M.Mekankamp and other, eds. Searching for Peace in Africa: An Overview of Conflict

Prevention and Management Activities (The Netherlands, 1999), Gandhi Marg (quarterly)

Journal of the Gandhi Peace Foundation, Vol. 21, No. 3, October - December 1999.

80. Satish C. Mehta, Development Planning in an African Economy: The Experience of Nigeria,

Vol. 1, Indian Journal of African Studies, Vol. VI, No.1, April 1993 (Published in 1995)

 

 

INTERNATIONAL NEWSPAPER ARTICLES

YEAR 2009

81. Terror and No Peace, No War Romanticism-Dogma for Development in Horn of Africa,

Eritrea Profile English Newspaper, Vol. 15 No: 94, 28 January 2009.


YEAR 2007

82. Role of Diaspora in Economic Development in Eritrea, Foreign Financed Special Investments,

Eritrea Profile English Newspaper, vol.14, No.46, 15 August 2007.

83. Need of Scientific Agriculture Technology for Sustainable Development in Eritrea,

Eritrea Profile English Newspaper, Part-II & Final, Vol.14, No.41, 28 July 2007.

84. Need of Scientific Agriculture Technology for Sustainable Development in Eritrea,

Eritrea Profile English Newspaper, Part-I, Vol.14, No.40, 25 July 2007.

85. International Terrorism & its consequences in Horn, Interference, No Regional Peace & IGAD,

Eritrea Profile English Newspaper, Part-II & Final, Vol.14, No.36, 11 July 07.

86. International Terrorism & its consequences in Horn, Interference, No Regional Peace & IGAD,

Eritrea Profile English Newspaper, Part-I, Vol.14, No.35, 7 July 2007.

87. Globalization and China Economic Policies Towards Africa: Emerging China-Eritrea Bilateral Relations,

Eritrea Profile English Newspaper, Part-III & Final, Vol.14, No.31, 23 June 07.

88. Globalization and China Economic Policies Towards Africa: Emerging China-Eritrea Bilateral Relations,

Eritrea Profile English Newspaper, Part-II, Vol.14, No.29, 16 June 07.

89. Globalization and China Economic Policies Towards Africa: Emerging China-Eritrea Bilateral Relations,

Eritrea Profile English Newspaper, Part-I, Vol.14, No.28, 13 June 2007.

90. Political Nationalism: From Independence Movement to Contemporary Eritrea, Eritrea Profile

English Newspaper, Part-III, Vol.14, No.24, 6 June 2007.

91. Political Nationalism: From Independence Movement to Contemporary Eritrea, Eritrea Profile

English Newspaper, Part-II, Vol.14, No.24, 2 June 2007.

92. Political Nationalism: From Independence Movement to Contemporary Eritrea, Eritrea Profile

English Newspaper, Part-I, Vol.14, No.24, 30 May 2007.

93. Origin of Society & Rise of Nationalities in Eritrea, Part-II, Eritrea Profile English Newspaper,

Vol.14, No.19, 12 May 2007.

94. Origin of Society & Rise of Nationalities in Eritrea, Part-I, Eritrea Profile English Newspaper,

Vol.14, No.18, 9 May 2007.

95. Joint Communiqué- A Step towards Peaceful Reconciliation in Somalia, Stop Somali Genocide,

Eritrea Profile English Newspaper, Vol.14, No.16, 2 May 2007.

96. Is Red Oil Pious for Invasions than Humanity in World, Somalia is Another Victim, Eritrea

Profile English Newspaper, Vol.14, No.14, 25 April 2007.

97. National Peaceful Reconciliation and Reconstitution in Geopolitics of Somalia: An Evaluation,

Eritrea Profile English Newspaper, Vol.14, No.12, 18 April 2007.

98. Growth of Political Economy- An Assessment to Self-Reliance Movement in Eritrea,

Appraisal of Five Year Plan (2003-2007), Part-V, Eritrea Profile English Newspaper, Vol.14, No.11, 14 April 2007.

99. Growth of Political Economy- An Assessment to Self-Reliance Movement in Eritrea,

Appraisal of Five Year Plan (2003-2007), Part-IV, Eritrea Profile English Newspaper, Vol.14, No.10, 11 April 2007.

100. Growth of Political Economy- An Assessment to Self-Reliance Movement in Eritrea,

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