is a must-read for anyone interested in the critical challenges of the pan-African mechanism to promote democracy through the doctrine of non-indifference. It is an insightful analysis of the politics of Madagascar and AU policies.
Abu Bakarr Bah, Northern Illinois University
‘An exciting book, providing not only a rich account of the coup in Madagascar but also a fascinating analysis of African agency and the making of an “African international”. An important contribution to ongoing efforts to make International Relations more international.’
Rita Abrahamsen, University of Ottawa
‘Navigating between the extremities of “Afro-optimism” and “Afro-pessimism,” Undoing Coups is a significant contribution to our understanding of African institutions as international and intentional actors that redefine sovereignty, democracy, and good governance.’
Niklas Hultin, George Mason University