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With many societies traditions cultures and faiths a continent as Ferguson argues the notion Africa is misleading categorisation of a vast geographic locality This essay provides a picture of changes to African cities since the end of the cold-war Principally based on two reasons firstly the collapse of communism weakened the positions of autocratic governments across the continent and secondly has as a consequence has paved the way for democratic aspirations by the populous Focusing on the specific areas where those changes have occurred as well as the consequences of them In order to understand the nature of neoliberalism a conjoining of perspectives that at times overlap the simplest of meaning To begin with neoliberalism is both a political discourse about the nature of rule and a set of practices that facilitate the governing of individuals from a distance Understood as a synthesis between a free market economy and democratic liberal theory mainly basing economic models from Milton Keynes and supporting free market and de-regulation Saad-Filho and Johnston argues that it is the dominant ideology shaping our world today or other words it is the re-emergence of liberal idealsOne of the main principles of neoliberalism asserts that human dignity and individual freedom which has made this concept popular across continents especially after the collapse of communism in the early 1990s It is closely linked with liberal ideals liberal internationalists emphasise Kants framework of rational equality progress of social cohesion and the construction of a peaceful society which to a degree explains the rise of this concept Gramscis common sense theory in some ways supports the spread of neoliberalism across the globe due to all peoples sharing a common ground on self-preservation in that sense that one looks out for ones own interestProponents of this concept argue that it contributes to economic growth and reduces poverty They regard it as the path to political and individual wellbeing and eventually the spread of liberal reforms across
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