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In Regional Integration in Africa: What Role for South Africa, Henri Bah, Siphamandla Zondi and André Mbata Mangu reflect on African integration and the contribution of post-Apartheid South Africa. From their different scientific backgrounds, they demonstrate that despite some progress made under the African Union that superseded the Organisation of African Unity, Africa is still lagging behind in terms of regional integration and South Africa, which benefitted from the rest of the continent in her struggle against apartheid, has not as yet played a major role in this process. Apart from contributing to advancing knowledge, the book is a recommended read for all those interested in African regional integration and the relationships between Africa and post-Apartheid South Africa.
Contributors are Henri Bah, André Mbata Mangu and Siphamandla Zondi. Foreword by Eddy Maloka.
This comparative book debates migration and regional integration in the two regional economic blocs, namely the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). The book takes a historical and nuanced citizenship approach to integration by analysing regional integration from the perspective of non-state actors and how they negotiate various structures and institutions in their pursuit for life and livelihood in a contemporary context marked by mobility and economic fragmentation.
Author: Mwiza Jo Nkhata

deeper regional integration among the member States. Arguably, the institutions of the SADC , as established under the SADC Treaty, together with the other mechanisms created under the Treaty, were all devised as means of facilitating integration among the member States. This paper is an analysis of

In: African Journal of Legal Studies
Author: Zhenis Kembayev

1 Introduction One of the most important phenomena in modern international relations is the rise of regionalization, i.e. the process of forming regional integration groupings. 1 These groupings may be of different types and kinds, 2 but they all pursue the purpose of securing the

In: Review of Central and East European Law

© Brill, Leiden, 2005 EJEAS 4.2 Also available online—www.brill.nl 2005048. EJEAS 4.2. Proef 3. 21-10-2005:15.54, page 205. POLITICAL LEADERSHIP, INFORMALITY, AND REGIONAL INTEGRATION IN EAST ASIA: THE EVOLUTION OF ASEAN PLUS THREE YOSHIMATSU HIDETAKA Abstract. Since the late 1990 s, moves

In: European Journal of East Asian Studies

First, we would like to welcome Professor Ademola Abass, who was invited to be a co-Guest Editor of this Special Issue of African Journal of Legal Studies ( ajls ) on the topic of regional integration in Africa. Ademola, who is currently Head of the Regional Peace and Security Program at the

In: African Journal of Legal Studies

Egypt has joined to COMESA since May 1998 in order to promote its economic relations with the rest of member states, especially the trade relations, so the aim of the paper is to assess COMESA regional integration efforts and to identify the most effective and important variables that determine trade intensity of Egypt with COMESA countries. To achieve the aim of the paper, estimation of Trade Intensity Index (TII) of Egypt with COMESA was adopted, and econometric methodology (gravity model) was used to estimate the variables that have the major effect on Egypt’s trade with COMESA.

The paper concludes that there are opportunities to increase Egypt’s Trade with COMESA, after applying gravity model paper concludes that Gross Domestic Product and existence of sharing borders are the most effective variables that determine Egypt trade with COMESA, paper also defined the major obstacles of regional integration in COMESA and presented some policy implication.

In: Bandung

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 DOI: 10.1163/156805807X256872 2007115. EJEAS 6.2. Proef 3. 3-12-2007:17.05, page 217. EJEAS 6 . 2 ( 2007 ) 217 – 243 European Journal of East Asian Studies www.brill.nl/ejea Regional Integration and Business Interests: A Comparative Study of Europe and

In: European Journal of East Asian Studies

Mozambique migrants in Zimbabwe by reporting on the migration and regional integration nexus as observed in Zimbabwe versus that of South Africa. From the outset, it is important to underscore the point that the migration of Zimbabweans to South Africa and migration of Mozambique nationals to Zimbabwe is

In: Regional Integration and Migration in Africa

,” there were renewed hope that post-Apartheid South Africa would play an important role in the process of regional integration as the new South African leaders had promised. More than two decades after the collapse of Apartheid, it was time to take stock and assess South Africa’s role in regional

In: Regional Integration in Africa