Nene-Lomotey Kuditchar

Nene-Lomotey Kuditchar

Research/Areas of Interest:

Meta-power theory; Critical realism; Political ecology


  • Ph.D, University of Ghana
  • M.Phil, University Of Ghana
  • Bachelor Of Arts, University Of Ghana

Courses taught

  • Introduction to development studies
  • Introduction international politics
  • Modern western political thought


  • Political Economy Of African States

Selected Publications and Presentations

Book chapters

Kuditchar, N. L. (2021). Chrono-politics and state apparatus of extrication: China and Ghana in historical perspective. In L. G. Amoah, Sixty years of Ghana-China relations: Friendship, friction, and the future (pp. 215-241). Legon-Accra: Center for Asian Studies, University of Ghana.

Kuditchar, N-L. and Ba-Taa-Banah, T. (2019) “From praetorian guards to guardians of the Fourth Republic: Problematizing the role of the military in Ghana’s quest for democratic development” in Atsu-Ayee, J.R. (ed) Politics, Governance and Development in Ghana, New York: Lexington Books.

Journal articles

Kuditchar, N-L. (2020) “Curbing illicit financial out-flow from Africa: the phenomenology of institutions in Ghana” Journal of Contemporary African Studies, pp. 56-69.

Kuditchar, N-L. (2019) “The quest for democratic stability in two limited access order systems: Ghana and South Korea in perspective” African and Asian Studies, pp. 40-62.