The contemporary political history of East Africa as a whole

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Cooperation with Mauritius
The Indian Ocean Newsletter, 4 February 1995. Delegates to the third meeting of the Seychelles-Mauritius joint cooperation commission, held in Mahe on January 31 and February first, agreed to bilaterial cooperation in education, industry, and agriculture.
Capitals Rocked By Bomb Blasts
By Philip Ngunjiri, IPS, 7 August 1998. A powerful bomb near the Kenyan Cooperative Bank and the United States Embassy has so far left more than 24 people dead. A similar explosion hit the Tanzanian capital of Dar es Salaam Friday, killing at least six people and injuring 72 others.
Analysts Look beyond Tragic Bombings to Assess Future of East Africa
From Institute for Public Accuracy, 13 August 1998. Major issues confronting Kenya, Tanzania and neighboring countries.
Bombings in Africa Raise Many Questions
By Monica Moorhead, Workers World, 20 August 1998. These extraordinary events, like any others that reveal the enormous antagonisms in the contemporary world, should be examined within the political context of the history of U.S. imperialist intervention and its impact today.
East Africa signs trade treaty
BBC World Service, 30 November 1999. The Presidents of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania have signed a treaty forming an East African economic union, reviving a regional grouping that collapsed twenty-two years ago and aims to create a free trade area in East Africa and to allow freedom of movement between the three countries.
Sommet Est-africain à Arusha
Panafrican News Agency, 18 October 2000. Les leaders des trois pays membres de la Communauté de l'Afrique de l'Est se réuniront le 30 novembre prochain à Arusha, pour adopter les règles de procédure pour l'assemblée législative de l'organisation.
EAC Partners Moving Closer to Integration
By Deodatus Mfugale, Panafrican News Agency (Dakar), 24 April 2001. Five years after the effective resumption of regional co-operation, the partner states of the East African Community are now headed for regional integration. Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania have drawn up a new development strategy for 2001–2005 centered on the Treaty that binds them together.
Moi Urges EAC Members to Unite to Cope With Globalization
By Giviniwa Paul, TOMRIC Agency (Dar es Salaam), 25 April 2001. The Chairman of the EAC, Kenyan President Daniel arap Moi, urged East Africans to unite to cope with problems such as globalization. He spoke at the EAC Summit in Arusha northern Tanzania yesterday where the three partner states had met to endorse the appointment of the new EAC secretary-general and his deputy.
ILO, US to Help East Africa Strengthen Labor Relations
By Nasilimika Sanga, Tomric Agency (Dar es Salaam), 11 May 2001. Launch of a US$3.5 million technical cooperation program funded by the U.S. Department of Labor, implemented by Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda in consultation with the ILO, aims at Strengthening Labor Relations in East Africa (SLAREA), to ensure freedom of association, collective bargaining and strenghtn labor relations between the government, employers and employees.