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Edouard Bustin, educated at the University of Liége (Belgium), taught administrative law and comparative government at the University of the Congo (Lubumbashi) in 1959–1960. He came to the United States in 1961. Since 1963, he has been teaching at Boston University and a member of the institution’s African Studies Center. For the past three years, he has made annual visits to the Congo (Kinshasa), where he holds the post of Professeur Extraordinaire at the Faculty of Social Science and Economics of the University of the Congo. His publications include a book in French on local government and political change in British East Africa, a monograph in Gwendolen Carter (ed.) Five African States (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1963), and many articles on African politics.
Edouard Bustin; Confrontation in the Congo. Current History 1 March 1967; 52 (307): 168–174. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.1967.52.307.168
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