Dynamics of Contemporary Border Management in Zimbabwe
By Solomon Muqayi and Charity Manyeruke (eds.)
In Zimbabwe, borders play a crucial role in maintaining state security as well as promoting political, economic and social development.Dynamics of Contemporary Border Management in Zimbabwe: Challenges, Benefits and Prospects is an analysis of the effectiveness of border management programmes, mechanisms and frameworks implemented at the Zimbabwean borders. Using the political economy approach, the authors evaluate the challenges affecting the management of the borders in Zimbabwe and proffer recommendations that if implemented, will meet international best practices in border management.
The book is a crucial reading for students, researchers and scholars of political science, economics, international relations, public administration, development studies, governance and general management. It will also be valuable for practitioners and policy makers in governments as well as for civil society activists working in the field of border management.
Solomon Muqayi is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Political and Administrative Studies at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ). He holds a PhD in International Relations and has published widely in peer reviewed academic journals on Zimbabwe’s foreign relations, political economy, political parties and democracy.
Charity Manyeruke is a Professor of Political Science and International Relations at the University of Zimbabwe. She holds a PhD in International Relations and has published widely on international relations, African politics and political economy.