A question of boundaries

Ford, Neil
September 2001
African Business;Sep2001, Issue 268, p14
Focuses on the efficacy of the African Union on its dealings with the disputes on the land and maritime boundaries in Africa. Problems on maintaining the internal and external sovereignty of its member states; Proposals on the economic integration and increased cross-border trade; Challenges on bringing political stability to the region.


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