By edited by Gavin Cawthra, Andre du Pisani and Abillah Omari.
Southern Africa has launched into one of many world?s so much bold protection co-operation tasks, trying to roll out the rules of the United international locations at local degrees. This e-book examines the triangular dating among democratisation, the nature of democracy and its deficits, and nationwide safeguard practices and perceptions of 11 southern African states. It explores what influence those processes and practices have had at the collaborative safety undertaking within the sector. in accordance with nationwide reviews carried out by means of African teachers and safeguard practitioners over 3 years, it i. Read more...
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Whatever the case, there is an undeniable tendency for regional organisations to move toward multifunctionality, and to link the various dimensions in what is hoped will be a relationship of synergy. The Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) is emblematic in this regard. g. threat from a regional power, or the hegemonic power of a state) or mostly positive features (affection in the sense of shared values, or gain for mutual, mostly economic, benefits) (Baregu 2003: 21)? e.
Since both take people as their principal point of reference, the two agendas are essentially complementary and mutually reinforcing. Human security is a necessary or enabling condition for human development, while promoting human development is a principal strategy for advancing human security. For example, eradicating malaria, currently responsible for 2 million deaths annually and affecting 300 to 500 million people, will require alleviating widespread poverty in sub-Saharan Africa. Galtung’s (1985) concept of ‘structural violence’ provides a possible conceptual link between human security and human development.
This may increasingly be the case, given the growing political tensions within Nigeria (Berman 2002: 38). ECCAS/CEMAC Primarily an economic grouping, the 11-member ECCAS has recently taken on security functions and is envisaged as part of the AU’s security architecture. In 1999, the ECCAS summit decided to set up a Council for Peace and Security in Central Africa/Conseil de Paix et de Securité en Afrique Centrale, which includes a conflict monitoring unit as well as a putative Central African Multinational Force – a standby peacekeeping arrangement consisting of earmarked military and civilian contingents.
Security and democracy in Southern Africa by edited by Gavin Cawthra, Andre du Pisani and Abillah Omari.