Regional security and Trade performance in sub-Saharan Africa
Following the historical background of trade in Sub-Saharan Africa in early years, trade contributes to the growth of Africa’s Economy while the Regional security covered in the Sub-Saharan Africa responds to the safety and anxiety. The regional security salience has surprisingly raised a high regional arrangement and integration that vary in opportunity, complexity and strength such as EU-Africa trade and Investment and US-Africa trade and Investment among others.
Astudy on the regional security and trade performance in Sub- Saharan Africa can evaluate the peace and insecurity in the sub-Saharan African region, how it contributes to the development of Africa and how insecurity affects Africa towards the millennium developmental goal and how the absence of good governance in the regional security prevents the increase of trade performance, how insecurity affect(ed) GDP growth, infrastructures favorable for FDI attraction and how it is (was) a hindrance to African Economy with specific countries that insecurity affected the development of partner countries in the Sub-Saharan Africa.
Trade analysis based on the partial equilibrium modeling with ex-ante and ex-post analysis, peace index and process measurement in the sub-Saharan African can examine and provide the theoretical and empirical evidence of Sub-Saharan Regional peace and trade contribution in the region.
There is need for African leaders in the Sub-Saharan Africa to find a solution to regional insecurity where it’s observed and missing, regional security is seen as one of the ways to improve the lives and living conditions of Sub-Saharan Africans and growth of African Economies. Insecurity has affected africa continent by war and political disputes and let them take a look at the implications of insecurity to the next generation.