Author profile: S.N. Sangmpam

S.N. Sangmpam is a professor of macro-comparative political economy, International Relations, and African American Politics at Syracuse University.  He is the author of, among others, Comparing Apples and mangoes: The Overpoliticized State in Developing Countries and Opening Old Wounds: Does Sub-Saharan Africa have Tribes or Ethnicities, and Why does It Matter?  

Why The African Union Should Be Dismantled And Buried With Gaddafi

Why The African Union Should Be Dismantled And Buried With Gaddafi

Sub-Saharan Africa should be allowed to reconstitute itself into a self-sustaining, organically integrated Unifederation that can address its predicament.

Explaining the Political Crisis in South Sudan

Explaining the Political Crisis in South Sudan

To prevent conflicts like the one in South Sudan, SSA must devise an institutional framework capable of diluting tribes’ expectations for equal control of political power.

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