Author profile: Hakim Adi

Dr Hakim Adi is Reader in the History of Africa and the African diaspora at the University of Chichester. He has written widely on the history of Pan-Africanism and the African Diaspora, including three history books for children. He is currently working on a film documentary on the West African Students’ Union His forthcoming book Pan-Africanism and Communism: The Communist International, Africa and the Diaspora will be published by Africa World Press in early 2013.

The New Scramble for Africa

Hakim Adi • Apr 15 2013 • Articles

In the new scramble for Africa, justifications for external intervention are pretexts that should be regarded in the same way that we now regard the ‘white man’s burden’ and ‘civilising mission’.

To What Extent is Britain Post-Colonial?

Hakim Adi • Oct 3 2012 • Articles

The British majority is anti-colonial rather than post-colonial, while the elites remain dangerously wedded to colonial era values and appear to believe that with this outlook Britain can be made great again.

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