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Back to the future? Franco-African relations in the shadow of France's past

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Back to the future? Franco-African relations in the shadow of France's past. / Majumdar, Margaret; Chafer, Tony.

The end of the French exception?: decline and revival of the 'French model'. French politics, society and culture. ed. / Tony Chafer; Emmanuel Godin. Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. p. 203-220.

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Harvard

Majumdar, M & Chafer, T 2010, Back to the future? Franco-African relations in the shadow of France's past. in T Chafer & E Godin (eds), The end of the French exception?: decline and revival of the 'French model'. French politics, society and culture. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 203-220.

APA

Majumdar, M., & Chafer, T. (2010). Back to the future? Franco-African relations in the shadow of France's past. In T. Chafer, & E. Godin (Eds.), The end of the French exception?: decline and revival of the 'French model'. French politics, society and culture (pp. 203-220). Palgrave Macmillan.

Vancouver

Majumdar M, Chafer T. Back to the future? Franco-African relations in the shadow of France's past. In Chafer T, Godin E, editors, The end of the French exception?: decline and revival of the 'French model'. French politics, society and culture. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 2010. p. 203-220

Author

Majumdar, Margaret ; Chafer, Tony. / Back to the future? Franco-African relations in the shadow of France's past. The end of the French exception?: decline and revival of the 'French model'. French politics, society and culture. editor / Tony Chafer ; Emmanuel Godin. Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. pp. 203-220

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