Regional integration : the case of the East African community
Regional cooperation in the three East African countries Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda has developed over a number of years, taken several forms and had a chequered history. It was established by the British Administration in East Africa as a convenient contrivance for rationalising British hegemony in this part of Africa. When independence was won by the three countries, the institutions of East African cooperation, then known as the East African High Commission, were bequeathed to the...[Show more]
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