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This volume has dealt with recent regionalization processes in Southern Africa. It has had two mutually reinforcing aims, one theoretical and one empirical. The theoretical aim has been to revise the NRA, and transform it from a rather explorative and loosely structured approach to a more consolidated theoretical construct. The empirical puzzle has been to analyse the political economy of regionalism in Southern Africa in the post-apartheid, post-Cold War era, with a particular focus on by whom, for whom and for what purpose various forms of regionalism occur and how these are connected.
KeywordsCivil Society Political Economy External Actor Formal Region Market Integration
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