This book focuses on the legal aspects of the Nkomati Accord, its impact on the foreign and defense policies of the Front Line States, prospects for regional development and economic integration, and potential outcomes of the national liberation struggles in Southern Africa. .
Introduction: Southern Africa Before and After Nkomati Part 1: Present Struggles in Southern Africa and Zimbabwe 1. Liberation Struggles in Southern Africa After Zimbabwe 2. The Decolonization Process in Namibia 3. Foreign Policy of Apartheid: From Settler Colonialism to State Capitalism and Neocolonial Corporatism 4. The State of the Economies of Front Line States and the Liberation Struggle in Southern Africa Part 2: Impact on the Front Line States' Foreign Policy and Defense Policies 5. The Nkomati Accord and Its Implications for the Front Line States and South Africa 6. The Nkomati Agreement am the Future of the Second Phase of the National Liberation Struggles in Southern Africa 7. Tanzania After the Nkomati Accord: Foreign Policy Restructuring in the Changing Strategic Balance in Southern Africa Part 3. Regional Integration: SADCC and PTA 8. Regional Economic Integration and the Liberation Struggle in Southern Africa 9. The Implications of the Preferential Trade Area for Economic Integration in Eastern and Southern Africa 10. SADCC in the Aftermath of the Nkomati Accord Part 4. Legal and Institutional Aspects of Nkomati 11. Marginal Notes on the Nkomati Accord: Unequal Treaties in International Law 12. Peace and Security in Southern Africa: Legal Aspects