Securing South Africa's Democracy: Defence, Development and Security in Transition (International Political Economy) (Hardcover)
(This book cannot be returned.)
This book examines the defence and security challenges facing the new South Africa in the context of development and nation-building priorities. The transformation of security policy during the transition from apartheid and since the April 1994 elections is examined. Challenges facing the defence force and the police service are examined and the relationships between defence, development and domestic and external security are explored in an integrated way which points to a policy framework for security in the developing world.