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1994 elections African Regional amalgamation argue bi-lateral approach bi-lateral relations Carlsson Centre for Southern Cizelj Co-operation Gordon Freer context cooperation attempt CSAS debate delinking Deutsch devel developing countries developing regions developing world Development and South-South devolution of power domestic emergence end goal entering into bi-lateral expand export forms of South-South functional approach functionalist global Haas import-substitution industry infrastructural integration and South-South International Relations intra-regional trade investment investor labour London looking for areas markets Mazzeo ment neighbouring NICs forced Nyerere option organisations periphery problems programme for survival regional cooperation regional identity role SADC SADCC School of Government sectors semi-periphery South Africa South African dominance South African economic South cooperation South-South Co-operation Gordon South-South functionalism South-South relations South-South thinking Southern African Perspectives Southern African Studies sovereignty sustainable development tainable development Third World tion tional political economy Traditional Functional traditional integration theory under-utilised underdeveloped Wallerstein Western Cape