This book analyses whether the design of the institutions of Southern African Development Community (SADC) reflects the community's treaty objectives and principles of democracy and the rule of law. The author provides a detailed analysis of the policy making and oversight institutions of SADC. Additionally, the project looks at institutional and legal frameworks of similar organisations (the East African Community, the Economic Community of West African States and the European Union) for comparative purposes. This work is written largely from a legal perspective, specifically international institutional law; however, it carries cross-disciplinary themes, including governance, and especially the subject of public policy making at the international level.
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1. Introduction 2. The Place of Democracy and the Rule of Law in SADC 3. Rulemaking/Norm Setting Institutions in SADC 4. Oversight Institutions of SADC 5. Shared Governance in International Institutional Law 6. Institutional Design of Regional Economic Communities: A Comparative Analysis 7. Applying Shared Governance in SADC 8. Conclusion.
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