By Fassil Demissie
The twentieth century witnessed the large-scale displacement and dispersal of populations the world over due to significant political upheavals, between them the 2 eu wars, decolonization and the chilly battle. those significant occasions have been via globalization which sped up loose exchange and the mobility of capital, new applied sciences of verbal exchange, and the circulation of individuals, commodities, rules, and cultures internationally. This booklet explores the complexity of African migration and diaspora, the discourse of ‘diaspora engagement’ and new versions of citizenship and transnationalism within the context of those issues.
This booklet was once initially released as a distinct factor of African and Black Diaspora: a global Journal.
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