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  • Interrogating the “Liberal Peace” paradigm and “fragile” security
           regimes in Africa

    • Abstract: Ian Taylor, my PhD co-supervisor, influenced my interrogation of peacebuilding theories and paradigms in many ways. Apart from his lifelong dedication to critical studies and political economy, Ian worked hard to deconstruct the “Liberal Peace” paradigm in some of his writings. During my doctoral studies at the University of St Andrews, Ian and I debated different peace paradigms in terms of their utility, deficiencies and opportunities, especially for post-conflict and so-called “fragile” African states. These discussions influenced my thoughts and lived experiences as a scholar/practitioner. It is, therefore, with a high sense of appreciation for Ian’s influential works interrogating peacebuilding paradigms that I write to honour his memory in this special issue of Contemporary Voices. Published on 2023-10-02 08:55:31
       
  • Ian Taylor: a critical voice of the Liberal Peace Project in Africa

    • Abstract: This article discusses the contributions of Ian Taylor in debates over the Liberal Peace Project in Africa showing how this has shaped my understanding of the challenges of its application in the continent. It also highlights my interaction with him during our fieldwork on 'Tensions and contradictions of the Liberal Peace Project' in Liberia in 2009. Finally, it briefly looks at how Taylor’s wider scholarship on Africa has advanced and will likely continue to influence scholarly debates in the future. Published on 2023-10-02 08:55:19
       
  • Africa rising' Ian Taylor’s legacy in the study of African
           underdevelopment

    • Abstract: African Studies lost one of its brightest stars in 2021. Though his life was cruelly cut short, Professor Ian Taylor has left a remarkable legacy to the field, not just in terms of his publications but for the impact he has had on students, colleagues and the community more generally. His work was, and is, marked by both intellectual rigour and generosity. His insights, impact and spirit will continue to live on through these and other contributions. Published on 2023-10-02 08:55:05
       
  • Rising for whom'

    • Abstract: The increase of African per capita growth figures led international organisations, the media and pundits to proclaim that the rise of Africa is inevitable, as the result of novel policies and an improved environment in the continent. Ian Taylor, in his article ‘Is Africa rising'’, is questioning the arguments on which this narrative is based. The present piece seeks to discuss the main contributions of Taylor’s article and show how it has influenced debates on the topic. Published on 2023-10-02 08:54:48
       
  • Ian Taylor and China: a long intellectual journey, called to a halt

    • Abstract: This paper is divided into three sections. First, it evaluates Professor Ian Taylor’s characteristic approach to the study of China–Africa relations, as showcased in ‘China’s foreign policy towards Africa in the 1990s’ (Taylor, 1998). Then, it brings attention to Ian Taylor’s engagement with China since 2009, with a special focus on his non-typical approach to China Studies. Finally, it deals with Ian Taylor’s unfinished project on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and China–India relations. Published on 2023-10-02 08:54:34
       
  • Ahead of the curve: what Ian Taylor’s 'China’s foreign policy towards
           Africa in the 1990s' tells us about China's grand strategy today

    • Abstract: Political support has long been the top priority and foundational consideration of Beijing’s Africa policy in the United Nations and other international fora. Taylor’s article highlighted the main drivers behind Beijing’s policy towards Africa. His arguments on this point provided support for a great deal of his later publications arguing against the waves of the “Chinese resource neo-colonialism in Africa” discourse, which was all the rage throughout the 2000s and 2010s. Published on 2023-10-02 08:54:19
       
  • Ian Taylor’s legacy for comparative regionalism

    • Abstract: This article reflects on Ian Taylor’s legacy for comparative regionalism which has not received as much recognition as it rightfully deserves. Some of Ian’s most important contributions to this research field evolve around two themes: firstly, neoliberalism and the relationship between globalisation and regionalisation, and, secondly, regionalisation beyond the rhetoric of regional organisations. This piece reflects on his article of 2003 published in the Review of International Political Economy, entitled ‘Globalization and regionalization in Africa: reactions to attempts at neo-liberal regionalism’. It also situates Ian’s contributions within a broader context and refers to Sarah Whiteford’s excellent contribution on Ian’s impact on regionalism studies. Finally, the last two sections reflect on Ian’s legacy as a field worker, as well as some of his personal traits. Published on 2023-10-02 08:53:59
       
  • Regionalisation in Africa: reflections on an unfinished conversation with
           Ian Taylor

    • Abstract: This contribution discusses Ian Taylor’s article on ‘Globalization and regionalization in Africa: reactions to attempts at neo-liberal regionalism’ and what it reflects about Taylor’s contributions to the study of African politics and international relations for three reasons in particular: the re-conceptualisation of regionalism in the twenty-first century; the power and politics of regionalisation and space; and, finally, the potential of the applied policy implications of Taylor’s research. Published on 2023-10-02 08:53:46
       
  • After Ian Taylor

    • Abstract: This commemorative piece reviews Ian Taylor’s Stellenbosch experience and the lasting influence it has had on his own work, and that of many of his colleagues. It also considers ways in which this influence can be deepened by shifting the focus from macro to micro determinants of the persistence of inequality and deprivation in Africa – issues that deeply troubled Ian throughout his life. Published on 2023-10-02 08:53:24
       
  • The life and work of Professor Ian Taylor: introduction to a "special"
           special issue

    • Abstract: This article serves as the introduction to a special issue which undertakes a modest attempt at mapping and honouring the life and work of the late Professor Ian Taylor. It sketches Ian Taylor’s personal and professional milestones and outlines some of his main scholarly contributions, before outlining the structure and content of this special issue. With this “special” special issue, we chose to place emphasis not only on Ian’s lasting scholarly legacy but also on the impact he had on his students. The special issue fosters conversation about Ian’s work among some of his former PhD students and leading scholars in the research domains Ian was involved in. We hope to trigger further debate about an inspiring and influential intellectual, scholar and educator. Published on 2023-10-02 08:53:07
       
 
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