|Marie Muller and Bas De Gaay Fortman (eds.)
Royal Van Gorcum, 2004, 188 pp.
ISBN-13: 90232 4043X
Undoubtedly, the question of security in Southern Africa will continue to be one of the main issues for discussion around regional cooperation among member states that belong to the Southern African Development Community (SADC). This is the case for a number of reasons. These include the fact that the sub-region does not seem to have been able to define in clear and concrete terms what approach it ought to take when it comes to its security.