Cape Verde: An African Exception

Issue Date July 2002
Volume 13
Issue 3
Page Numbers 153-155
file Print
arrow-down-thin Download from Project MUSE
external View Citation

The small, Portuguese-speaking island republic of Cape Verde offers a suggestive case study of successful democratic consolidation.

About the Author

Peter Meyns is professor of politics at the University of Duisburg in Germany. His recent publications include Konflict und Entwicklung im Südlichen Afrika (2000) and, as coeditor, Transformationsprobleme im portugiesischsprachigen Afrika (2001).

View all work by Peter Meyns