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La géopolitique du Sénégal. De Senghor à l’élection de Macky Sall

Abstract : This book first presents the demographic fundamentals of the geopolitics of Senegal. Then he analyzes why, since independence in 1960, Senegal has a stable internal geopolitics compared to that of most countries of the African continent. Thus, in more than half a century of independence, Senegal has never experienced any milita-ry regime or domination of political life by the military. Its political and geopolitical situation is marked, with the exception of two localized crises, by a civil concord that contrasts with many African countries. Finally, the book explains the two main Sene-galese crises and the country's place in regional and global geopolitics. It ends with chronological landmarks. This book offers keys to understanding the exceptional geopolitics of Senegal in Africa from the independence of the country to the second political alternation.
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Contributor : Gérard-François Dumont <>
Submitted on : Monday, January 14, 2019 - 5:33:59 PM
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Gérard-François Dumont, Seydou Kanté. La géopolitique du Sénégal. De Senghor à l’élection de Macky Sall. L’Harmattan, pp.78, 2019, 978-2-343-16250-8. ⟨halshs-01980943⟩



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