Debt - a tool of neocolonialism in Africa

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Debt accentuates the underdevelopment of African countries and their subordination to the capitalist powers

In colonial times, the great Western powers plundered Africa's resources and found in debt another means of subordination to preserve their hegemony.

When the countries of the South gained their independence in the 1960s, debt became a principal mechanism of neo-colonialism.

New debt context in Africa and perspectives

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Economic and social consequences of the new debt cycle.

Experiences of struggle and claims against the debt

Measures of the institutions of Capital.

Initiatives of the networks and organizations of struggle.

Demands and experience

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