The Politics and Socio-Economics Of Uganda Since 1958

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Course Code: 
HIS 3201
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 3
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
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Course Description & Objectives: 
  1. Under development theories
  2. Economic institutions before independence – Marketing systems, monopoly marketing boards, the co-operative movement, the banking industry, public enterprises
  3. Impact substitution industrialization
  4. Educational development
  5. Decolonization process
  6. The Uganda Crisis of 1966
  7. The Search for a viable political system – federal agitations, single versus multiparty politics
  8. The military in politics since 1966
  9. Attempts at economic nationalism
  10. The move to the select strategy
  11. Economic war and the expulsion of Asians
  12. The economics of liberalization since 1981
  13. The state and human rights
  14. Conflicts since 1981
  15. The development of social services since independence
  16. The Movement political system
  17. Uganda in world geo-politics
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