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Instability of national agricultural research systems in Sub-Saharan Africa
F. S. Idachaba
1998 by International Service for National Agricultural Research in The Hague .
Written in English
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Obviously, the production of relevant skills and research will be of paramount importance.Andrew has a regional interest in Sub-Saharan Africa and, before starting a PhD, spent several years working on Africa and national security issues in various positions in academia and the US government.
He completed a B.S. in International Politics at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in .