With the ending of white minority rule in South Africa, the democratic elections in Mozambique and the renewed efforts at a negotiated settlement of civil war in Angola, Southern Africa has entered a new era. Much more is required, however, to ensure lasting peace and security. The states on the subcontinent are confronted with the twofold task of
Table of Contents
Foreword -- Preface -- Appreciating Updike's Syndrome: Southern African Security in the 1990s -- Regional Economic Co-operation and the Development Challenge in Southern Africa -- Time to Decide: Rethinking the Institutional Framework of Regional Co-operation in Southern Africa -- Organizing Collective Security: African Experiences -- Crisis Prevention and Conflict Management in Southern Africa in the Post-Cold War Era -- Security Dilemmas in Southern Africa: A Case for Confidence-building Measures? -- Establishing Democratic Defence Forces in Mozambique: A Case Study -- Towards a Security Regime in Southern Africa: Some Working Suggestions
Hans-Joachim Spanger is member of the executive board and head of the research department `Governance and Societal Peace' at the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF), Germany.