During the 2018 Maputo Security Dialogue in Gaborone, Botswana, the 2017 Southern African Security Review was launched by its editors Gilbert Khadiagala and Dimpho Deleglise. The book focuses on the state of politics, governance and security in Southern Africa, and is a culmination of the discussions had during the 2016 Maputo Security Dialogue. The dialogue reflected on the true nature of insecurity in the SADC region, and how the demands of sovereignty and national interest affect the attainment of positive peace within the SADC region.
The book is divided into three parts:
· Part I: Framing the Political Economy of Governance and Security
· Part II: Regional and Continental Actors in Governance and Security
· Part III: Country Case Studies
You may find the Southern African Security Review through the following link: SASR