The theme of this book is African-Arab-OECD economic cooperation. The discussion covers the impact of arms transfers from the OECD countries to Africa and the Arab Middle East on the development process in these regions and suggests various ways of enhancing tripartite economic relationship.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction: African-Arab-OECD Triangular Cooperation Part 1: Geopolitics and Arms Transfers 2. Eurafrica, Eurabia, and African-Arab Relations: The Tensions of Tripolarity 3. African-Arab-OECD Military Relations: The Recycling of Imperialism Part 2: Natural Resources, Oil Bills, and Patterns of Trade 4. Resources, Scarcity, and Development Priorities in Sub-Saharan Africa 5. Africa, the Energy Crisis, and the Triangular Relationship 6. Patterns of Trade and Prospects for Growth in a Triregional System: Arab Oil Exporters, Sub-Saharan Developing Africa, and the OECD Part 3: Petrofunds and the Legal Framework for Triangular Cooperation 7. Financial Flows from the Arab Middle East and the OECD Nations to Sub-Saharan Africa: An Assessment and Prospects 8. Arab Aid to Black Africa: Myth Versus Reality 9. The Legal Framework for Transnational Investment and Lending in Sub-Saharan Africa