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Sofia José Santos

Sofia José. Santos  is a junior researcher and PhD candidate at the Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, freelance journalist and Communications Coordinator of Promundo-Europe.

Research areas:  Emerging powers

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African emerging powers
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The African subcontinent’s most assertive players have been capitalising on their natural wealth and recent economic growth, and are pursuing a change of status from developing countries to emerging powers. In this report we look at four such sub-Saharan countries – South Africa, Nigeria, Angola and Kenya – and explore the reasons for... more  

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