Cafe Politique: Africa's new populist politics
In the wake of the global financial crisis and the Arab Spring, new political movements are developing in sub-Saharan Africa, taking inspiration from Latin America and reflecting China's growing power. Miles Larmer, Sheffield University, will discuss whether Africa's new populists are the answer to decades of economic and political crises.
Monday 18 February, 7pm - 9pm
Ginger's Café, Dance City, Temple Street, Newcastle, NE1 4BR
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