Essays about: "africa regionalism"

Found 3 essays containing the words africa regionalism.

  1. 1. Why Overlapping Regionalism? Drivers of Zambia’s dual memberships in COMESA and SADC: A pluralism of perceptions

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för globala studier

    Author : Robin Alnäs; [2019-09-20]
    Keywords : overlapping regionalism; overlapping memberships; regional integration; Africa; Zambia; COMESA; SADC; spaghetti bowl;

    Abstract : In contrast to current global trends, Africa seems more determined than ever to come together. But as African governments and political leaders recurrently cite regional integration as a top priority, their persistent commitment to multiple overlapping regional organizations (ROs) seems perplexing. READ MORE

  2. 2. Economic Community of West African States Regional Integration Process: A Study of the New Regionalism Phenomenon in Africa

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Institutionen för ekonomisk och industriell utveckling

    Author : Innocent Komla Gavua; [2007]
    Keywords : ;

    Abstract : Regional cooperation and integration in the international system has taken new dimensions especially following the end of the Cold War and the example of the successful story of the European Union integration process. This new dynamism in the intra-regional cooperation, which started to emerge in the 1980’s, has been described by some scholars as ‘new regionalism’, with a view to differentiate it from the ‘old’ type of regional cooperation which was prominent from the 1950’s till the late 1970’s. READ MORE

  3. 3. Promoting Socio-Economic Development through Regional Integration - The Politics of Regional Economic Communities in Africa

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Ekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Gaudence Nyirabikali; [2005]
    Keywords : Regional integration; socio-economic development; development regionalism; peace and security; regional economic community; SADC.;

    Abstract : Regional integration has gained momentum since the 1980s and throughout the world. The new regionalism process prevailing since differs from the old one by its multidimensionality covering economic, political, social, and cultural issues within a regional setting. READ MORE