Bridges To The Future
Prospects For Peace And Security In Southern Africa
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.