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Journal of African Union Studies (JoAUS)
Published Since: 2012. It is accredited by DHET (the South African regulator of Higher Education) and indexed by SCOPUS, UGC CARE List (the Indian regulator of Higher Education), IBSS, JSTOR, COPERNICUS, ERIH PLUS, ProQuest, EBSCO, SABINET and J-Gate.
Publication Frequency: Tri-annually (Three times a year). ISSN: 2050-4292 E-ISSN: 2050-4306. SCImago Journal Ranking for 2022: Quartile: Q3; H-Index: 5; Citescore: 0.14

  The African Union, which succeeded the Organisation of African Unity on July 9 2002, is often criticised for being largely a talk shop that has not markedly succeeded in either forging African unity or creating a sustainable roadmap for its political and economic development aspirations (Davis, 2019; Okhonmina, 2009) . In fact when in 1999, the Heads of State and Government of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) issued the Sirte Declaration calling for the establishment of the African Union, some critics saw it as more of a ‘bleaching complex’ in which African Heads of States felt they would be more accepted by world leaders if their continental organisations sounded like the European Union and modelled after it (Trivedi, 2003) - but obviously without bothering whether a mere change in name would automatically imbue the new organisation with the sort of organic arrangements that helped to bind the members of the European Union tog............

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