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Regionalization and Security in Southern Africa

English · Paperback / Softback

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Once torn by ideological conflicts and the dominance of command economies, Southern Africa is now moving towards economic liberalism and openness. In general, the ascendancy of 'market economics' is acknowledged by its governments, albeit with different degrees of enthusiasm. Theoretically rich and empirically engaging this timely book offers a critical insight into the ensuing debate on regionalism and the process of regionalization in southern Africa.

List of contents

List of Tables and Diagrams Acknowledgements Glossary of Abbreviations and Acronyms Dedication Introduction Southern Africa: Colonialism and Its Legacies South Africa: From Apartheid to Democracy Regionalization, Integration and Southern Africa Regionalism Through Institutions Rethinking Regional Security in Southern Africa Bibliography Index

About the author










NANA POKU is a Senior United Nations researcher and Lecturer at Southampton University. He has written extensively for UN publications. Among his recent academic publications are Populations, Movements and Human Society (1999) and Security and Developments in Southern Africa (2000).

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Once torn by ideological conflicts and the dominance of command economies, Southern Africa is now moving towards economic liberalism and openness. Theoretically rich and empirically engaging this timely book offers a critical insight into the ensuing debate on regionalism and the process of regionalization in southern Africa.

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