Brookings Institution Press
January 31, 2014
Southern Africa's Forgotten Crisis
The fiscal crisis in Swaziland has increased concerns over lack of accountability and the exclusion of the majority of the population from policymaking. This report assesses its economic and political trajectories, and outlines reform options.
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Length: 52 pages
Publisher: Chatham House, 2014
Christopher Vandome is administrator and research assistant in the Africa Programme at Chatham House.
Alex Vines is research director of Area Studies and International Law and head of the Africa Programme at Chatham House.
Markus Weimer was a Research Fellow in the Africa Programme, Chatham House, in 2009–13.
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