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2 November, 02:38

After an African nation became independent during the 1960s, what frequently followed?

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military build-up and industrial growth

democracy and economic development

violence and civil war

communism and famine

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  1. 2 November, 02:50
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    violence and civil war

    Explanation:

    After the Second World War and the Bandung Conference (Indonesia, 1955) the independence of Africa begins. The first country to free itself was Ghana (1957) and before 1965 almost all countries had been liberated. Then there is a waiting time and in 1975 the last African colonies are liberated: Spanish Sahara, Angola and Mozambique.

    After independence, many countries change their name, and try to redefine their borders. But the divisions established by Europeans are more stable than they appear. The fact of how to understand the State and to speak the same language, that of the metropolis, has revealed itself as an insurmountable difference. However, border conflicts are not the most serious in the region, but the internal struggles for power. Military dictatorships and corruption are installed in almost all countries.
  2. 2 November, 03:44
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    violence and civil war
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