Institutional analysis of SADC after the collapse of apartheid

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The article studies the conversion process of SADC's organizational structure, after the collapse of apartheid, and it analyzes the functions of its organs and the role of South Africa in the new structure.

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E G Konsolo

E G Konsolo

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