Tanzania and the East African Community: a comparative political economy

Cicero

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A detailed and thought provoking analysis of Tanzania's position in the East African Community. Enjoy!
 

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Muria

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A detailed and thought provoking analysis of Tanzania's position in the East African Community. Enjoy!
Very well written, worth reading. I noticed though that the author used "expert" opinion to arrive at judgement which might in itself be biased.
 

PTER

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A detailed and thought provoking analysis of Tanzania's position in the East African Community. Enjoy!
Am worried of we Tanzanians on how we take things rightly, the problem is that we jump to conclusions without even taking a trouble to analyse the situation as you are trying to discern in this worthless paper.
In fact this paper is full of percepions rather factual issues concerning the EAC particularly the position of Tanzania.you cannot judge any member state of the EAC without understanding the current legal framework of the East African Community

Though the author argues on economic and political angle the legal framework of the EAC should not be ignored as it the legal framework that all other issues find their source.
Tanzania is still in the right track
 

Muria

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Am worried of we Tanzanians on how we take things rightly, the problem is that we jump to conclusions without even taking a trouble to analyse the situation as you are trying to discern in this worthless paper.
In fact this paper is full of percepions rather factual issues concerning the EAC particularly the position of Tanzania.you cannot judge any member state of the EAC without understanding the current legal framework of the East African Community

Though the author argues on economic and political angle the legal framework of the EAC should not be ignored as it the legal framework that all other issues find their source.
Tanzania is still in the right track

In his defense Cicero called it a "detailed and thought provoking" analysis. Which for all intents and purposes it really is. It provokes thought, what conclusions the readers make after reading it is upto them.
 

PTER

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In his defense Cicero called it a "detailed and thought provoking" analysis. Which for all intents and purposes it really is. It provokes thought, what conclusions the readers make after reading it is upto them.
In your view what is the position of Tanzania in the EAC2?
 

Cicero

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Am worried of we Tanzanians on how we take things rightly, the problem is that we jump to conclusions without even taking a trouble to analyse the situation as you are trying to discern in this worthless paper.
In fact this paper is full of percepions rather factual issues concerning the EAC particularly the position of Tanzania.you cannot judge any member state of the EAC without understanding the current legal framework of the East African Community

Though the author argues on economic and political angle the legal framework of the EAC should not be ignored as it the legal framework that all other issues find their source.
Tanzania is still in the right track
I shared your sentiments too after reading the paper. However there are some watertight issues that the author brings to light which should not be brushed aside much as they may not sooth our patriotic egos.
 

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