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Issue 2-2010

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Awaaz Magazine
Awaaz Magazine

The purpose of this short
paper is to assess the
challenge of regional unity
like the East African
Community (EAC) from
the standpoint of pan-
Africanism. We use the
term 'regional unity', or
regionalism, to refer to
include both economic
integration and political
association. As we celebrate
the 10th anniversary of the
second-generation East
African Community, it is
opportune to stand back
from the dominant debates
on forms of integration -
common market, monetary
union, fast-tracking or
snail-walking of the East
African Federation etc. -
and ask certain core
questions: What exactly is
the vision, the lodestar, so
to speak, of the regional
project? What is its
historical genesis? What are
the driving forces of the
project, in whose interest
and for what purpose?
How does the project relate
to the larger global forces,
and in particular, to the
changing world
hegemonies? It is only by
asking these bigger
questions that we can
critically assess where we
are going and chart the
possible way forward. It is
not my intention to enter
into a debate on the merits
or demerits of the forms of
economic integration or the
speed of political
association. Rather I wish
to pose the question as to
whether we are asking the
right questions.

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