Few would argue that, “with its relatively weak economies, widespread poverty and great inerqualities, region-building remains a goal progressively to to be aimed at” in southern Africa (p.297). Or that the stress must be on it being a goal to be aimed at rather than one that has been reached or even one which has seen significant progress. That is the effective message of the very comprehensive and tightly packed analysis of regional cooperation in Region-building in southern Africa: Progress, problems and prospects written by Chris Saunders, Gwinyayi Dzinesa and Dawn Nagar and published by Zed.
- Region-building in Southern Africa: Progress, problems and prospectus edited by Chris Saunders, Gwinyayi A Dzinesa and Dawn Nagar
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