Book Chapter | 1993
What role for SADC(C) in the post-apartheid era?
in Bertil Odén (ed.): Southern Africa after apartheid. Regional integration and external resources. Uppsala: The Scandinavia Institute of African Studies pp. 147-173
This chapter considers the role of SADC(C) in fostering regional integration in Southern Africa after the demise of apartheid. It argues that the formalisation of the organisation into a better organised Southern African Development Community' augurs well for the future but warns that the wide regional disparities pose formidable challenges.
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