Ghana's Foreign Policy at Independence and Implications for the 1966 Coup D'etat (Report)

Ghana's Foreign Policy at Independence and Implications for the 1966 Coup D'etat (Report)

By Journal of Pan African Studies

  • Release Date : 2008-03-15
  • Genre : Social Science
  • FIle Size : 0.24 MB
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Ghana's Foreign Policy at Independence and Implications for the 1966 Coup D'etat (Report) Introduction Ghana's attainment of political independence in 1957 marked a significant milestone, not just for the people of the Gold Coast, as the colony was until then known, but also for the entire people of Africa and those in the Diaspora. It helped to intensify the struggle by the people of Africa for the complete emancipation of the continent from colonial domination and equally launched an irrevocable march towards the vision of the pan-African leaders of the time. The leaders envisioned the political unification of the entire African continent, the cessation of the exploitation of the continent's resources, accelerated economic development and the redemption of the image of the African people.

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