How much contact did Sub-Saharan Africa actually have with the rest of the world since the beginning of civilization?
Did the Romans see Africa as a black continent? Was there a perception of a divide between Africa and Europe?
Were Western (French, US or other) powers involved in the coup against Captain Sankara of Burkina Faso?
Why was the area now known as Liberia chosen as the location for repatriation of African slaves in the US?
How have African countries kept the boundaries divided by colonists and countries unified for decades, despite the many ethnical groups and conflicts?
What was Portugal and Spain's primary export which sparked their trade with Africa in the early 15th century?
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