Routledge Handbook of South-South Relations

Routledge Handbook of South-South Relations

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South-South cooperation is becoming ever more important to states, policy-makers and academics. Many Northern states, international agencies and NGOs are promoting South-South partnerships as a means of 'sharing the burden' in funding and undertaking development, assistance and protection activities, often in response to increased political and financial pressures on their own aid budgets. However, the mainstreaming of Southern-led initiatives by UN agencies and Northern states is paradoxical in many ways, especially because the development of a South-South cooperation paradigm was originally conceptualised as a necessary way to overcome the exploitative nature of North-South relations in the era of decolonisation.

This handbook critically explores diverse ways of defining 'the South' and of conceptualising and engaging with 'South-South relations.' Through 30 state-of-the-art reviews of key academic and policy debates, the handbook evaluates past, present and future opportunities and challenges of South-South cooperation, and lays out research agendas for the next 5-10 years. The book covers key models of cooperation (including internationalism, Pan-Arabism and Pan-Africanism), diverse modes of South-South connection, exchange and support (including South-South aid, transnational activism, and migration), and responses to displacement, violence and conflict (including Southern-led humanitarianism, peace-building and conflict resolution). In so doing, the handbook reflects on decolonial, postcolonial and anticolonial theories and methodologies, exploring urgent questions regarding the nature and implications of conducting research in and about the global South, and of applying a 'Southern lens' to a wide range of encounters, processes and dynamics across the global South and global North alike.

This handbook will be of great interest to scholars and post-graduate students in anthropology, area studies, cultural studies, development studies, history, geography, international relations, politics, postcolonial studies and sociology.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 448 pages
  • 174 x 246 x 31.75mm | 970g
  • Routledge
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 14 Tables, black and white; 13 Line drawings, black and white; 3 Halftones, black and white; 16 Illustrations, black and white
  • 1138652008
  • 9781138652002

Table of contents

1 Introduction: Conceptualising the Global South and South-South Encounters Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh and Patricia Daley Part One: Conceptualising and Studying South-South Relations 2 Sociology through the 'South' Prism Sujata Patel 3 Postcolonialism and South-South Relations Dominic Davies and Elleke Boehmer 4 'When Spider Webs Unite They Can Tie up a Lion': Anti-Racism, Decolonial Options and Theories from the South Amber Murrey 5 Postcolonialism's After-Life in the Arab World: Toward a Post-Authoritarian Approach Sari Hanafi 6 South-South Relations in the Academic World: The Case of Anthropology Gordon Mathews 7 Geographies of South-South Relations and Regionalisation Processes in Latin America-Caribbean Thomas Muhr 8 Creating Indigenous Discourse: History, Power, and Imperialism in Academia, Palestinian Case Janette Habashi Part Two: South-South Cooperation: Histories, Principles and Practices 9 The Invention of the South and the Politics of South-South Solidarity Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni and Kenneth Tafira 10 South-South Cooperation and Competition: A Critical History of the Principles and their Practice Urvashi Aneja 11 Dreaming Revolution: Tricontinentalism, Anti-Imperialism and Third World Rebellion Isaac Saney 12 The Rise and Fall of Pan-Arabism Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou 13 Pan-Africanism: A History Ama Biney Part Three: South-South Cooperation: Re-viewing International Development 14 Southern leaders, Northern followers? Who has 'Socialised' Whom in International Development Emma Mawdsley 15 South-South Approaches to International Environmental Negotiations: The Case of Climate Change Eberhard Weber and Andreas Kopf 16 Climate Change and the Future of Agriculture in the Caribbean: Prospects for South-South Cooperation Kevon Rhiney 17 South-South Relations in African Agriculture: Hybrid Modalities of Cooperation and Development Perspectives from Brazil and China Lidia Cabral Part Four: South-South Cooperation in Displacement, Security and Peace 18 Southern-led Responses to Displacement: Modes of South-South Cooperation? Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh 19 China, "State-Centric" Humanitarianism, and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC): A Historical Background Caroline Reeves 20 South-South Cooperation in International Organizations: Its Conceptualization and Implementation within UNDP and UNHCR Naohiko Omata 21 Cooperation on Refugees in Latin America and the Caribbean: The 'Cartagena Process' and South-South Approaches David Cantor 22 The "Need to Be There": North-South Encounters and Imaginations in the Humanitarian Economy Etella Carpi 23 Decolonizing Security Cooperation in Latin America and the Caribbean: Threats, Institutions & Challenges Yonique Campbell 24 Towards South-South Peace-Building Patricia Daley Part Five: South-South Connections 25 Struggles for Gender Justice: Regional Networks and Feminist Experiences of South-South Collaborations Sohela Nazneen 26 A Political Economy Analysis of South-South Youth Relations in Africa: Drivers and Future Research Questions Grace M. Mwaura 27 South-South Education Relations: Views from Latin America and the Caribbean Thomas Muhr and Mario Luiz Neves de Azevedo 28 South-South Cooperation through Educational Mobility? The Example of China With/in Africa Johanna L. Waters and Maggi W.H. Leung 29 South-South Migration and Diasporas Abel Chikanda and Jonathan Crush 30 South-South Medical Tourism Meghann Ormond and Heidi Kaspar 31 Art Connections: South-South Transnational Flow(s) Miguel Rojas Sotelo
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Review Text

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"Within the complex topographies of global power relations and the struggles for more just ways of life, this book restores vitality to the notion of many "Souths" through a comprehensive exploration of relations of all kinds—which in turn substantiate different ways of being in the world." -- AbdouMaliq Simone, Senior Professorial Fellow, Urban Institute, University of Sheffield, UK


"Only action from the global South will change world inequalities; but how? This handbook explores South-South connections, from economic development to politics, education, art and science, refugees, environment, and more. It is a great resource for all concerned with global justice." -- Raewyn Connell, Professor Emerita, University of Sydney, Australia


"Much has been written about the South, but very little has been written with the South and, even less, from the perspective of the South. This path-breaking book fills this gap. A must-read for everyone interested in knowing that one of the causes of our current global crisis stems from a massive waste of precious social experience forcefully emerging in this book." -- Boaventura de Sousa Santos, Professor of Sociology, University of Coimbra, Portugal, and Distinguished Legal Scholar, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.





"What is Pan-Africanism? What are its main tenets? Where and when did it develop? Is Pan-Africanism still relevant in the 21st century? What new questions are Pan-Africanists in the 21st century asking? These are some of the questions that Routledge Handbook of Pan-Africanism, edited by Reiland Rabaka, seeks to address … While acknowledging that there is no single definition of or approach to Pan-Africanism, Rabaka makes it clear that for many Pan-Africanists, including those who contributed to this volume, "Pan-Africanism is simultaneously an idea and a movement, a kind of intellectualism and activism, a theory and a praxis" which "exists whenever people of African ancestry recognize and resist the particular ways continental and diasporan Africans have been racialized, colonized, enslaved, oppressed, and exploited" … This book is a welcome contribution to the rich intellectual tradition of Pan-Africanism." – Simphiwe Sesanti (2020) Routledge Handbook of Pan-Africanism, International Journal of African Renaissance Studies - Multi-, Inter- and Transdisciplinarity, 15:2, 134-136, DOI: 10.1080/18186874.2020.1855829





"Reiland Rabaka’snew Routledge Handbook of Pan-Africanism is an expan-sive, if not exhaustive, work that provides welcome novelty and important scholarly coherence to the important, complex, and at times contradic-tory political, social, economic, philosophical, and cultural actions, activ-ities, and ideologies that underpin Pan-Africanism. This enormous volume, organized into seven parts and thirty-five chapters and represent-ing almost forty contributors, is a rich testament to the sustained interest in a dynamic force that not only propelled abolition, anti-colonialism, independence, and contemporary political upheaval, but also continues to shape African and African Diasporic lives into the present millennium." – Benjamin N. Lawrance, University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona, USA, doi:10.1017/asr.2021.28"
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Review quote

"Within the complex topographies of global power relations and the struggles for more just ways of life, this book restores vitality to the notion of many "Souths" through a comprehensive exploration of relations of all kinds-which in turn substantiate different ways of being in the world." -- AbdouMaliq Simone, Senior Professorial Fellow, Urban Institute, University of Sheffield, UK

"Only action from the global South will change world inequalities; but how? This handbook explores South-South connections, from economic development to politics, education, art and science, refugees, environment, and more. It is a great resource for all concerned with global justice." -- Raewyn Connell, Professor Emerita, University of Sydney, Australia

"Much has been written about the South, but very little has been written with the South and, even less, from the perspective of the South. This path-breaking book fills this gap. A must-read for everyone interested in knowing that one of the causes of our current global crisis stems from a massive waste of precious social experience forcefully emerging in this book." -- Boaventura de Sousa Santos, Professor of Sociology, University of Coimbra, Portugal, and Distinguished Legal Scholar, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.

"What is Pan-Africanism? What are its main tenets? Where and when did it develop? Is Pan-Africanism still relevant in the 21st century? What new questions are Pan-Africanists in the 21st century asking? These are some of the questions that Routledge Handbook of Pan-Africanism, edited by Reiland Rabaka, seeks to address ... While acknowledging that there is no single definition of or approach to Pan-Africanism, Rabaka makes it clear that for many Pan-Africanists, including those who contributed to this volume, "Pan-Africanism is simultaneously an idea and a movement, a kind of intellectualism and activism, a theory and a praxis" which "exists whenever people of African ancestry recognize and resist the particular ways continental and diasporan Africans have been racialized, colonized, enslaved, oppressed, and exploited" ... This book is a welcome contribution to the rich intellectual tradition of Pan-Africanism." - Simphiwe Sesanti (2020) Routledge Handbook of Pan-Africanism, International Journal of African Renaissance Studies - Multi-, Inter- and Transdisciplinarity, 15:2, 134-136, DOI: 10.1080/18186874.2020.1855829

"Reiland Rabaka'snew Routledge Handbook of Pan-Africanism is an expan-sive, if not exhaustive, work that provides welcome novelty and important scholarly coherence to the important, complex, and at times contradic-tory political, social, economic, philosophical, and cultural actions, activ-ities, and ideologies that underpin Pan-Africanism. This enormous volume, organized into seven parts and thirty-five chapters and represent-ing almost forty contributors, is a rich testament to the sustained interest in a dynamic force that not only propelled abolition, anti-colonialism, independence, and contemporary political upheaval, but also continues to shape African and African Diasporic lives into the present millennium." - Benjamin N. Lawrance, University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona, USA, doi:10.1017/asr.2021.28
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About Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh

Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh is Professor of Migration and Refugee Studies, Department of Geography, University College London, UK

Patricia Daley is Professor of the Human Geography of Africa at the School of Geography and the Environment at the University of Oxford, UK.
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