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Think Piece No. 13: The security-development nexus - A view from Southern Africa

André du Pisani analyses two key policy framings of Southern African Development Community and provides a critique of both frameworks.

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Summary

  • This analytical paper draws on an earlier offering and engages with two key policy framings of the 15-member Southern African Development Community (SADC).
  • These are: the Revised (Harmonized) Strategic Indicative Plan for the Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation (SIPO II), and the recently reviewed Regional Indicative Strategic Development Plan (RISDP).
  • Together these two policy framings provide the regional body’s most elaborate and systematic articulation on the Security/Development nexus.
  • The paper provides a critique of both frameworks against the background of the linear model of regional integration that privileges market and trade integration over project and development integration.

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Pisani, André du

The security-development nexus

a view from Southern Africa
Berlin, 2016

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