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Landau, L. B. & Monson, T. 2010. “Immigration and Subterranean Sovereignty in South African Cities”, Chapter 8 inAnne Clunan and Harold Trinkunas, eds., Ungoverned Spaces? Alternatives to State Authority in an Era of Softened Sovereignty, Stanford Security Studies.
Keywords: migration; sovereignty

Roitman, J. (2001) ‘New Sovereigns?   Regulatory Authority in the Chad Basin’, in T. Callaghy, R. Kassimir, and R. Latham, eds., Intervention and Transnationalism in Africa : Global-Local Networks of Power, Cambridge University Press: 240-263.

Roitman, J. (2004) ‘Power is not Sovereign: The Transformation of Regulatory Authority in the Chad Basin’, in B. Hibou, ed. The Privatisation of the State, London, Hurst.

Seymour, LJM (2013) "Sovereignty, territory and authority: boundary maintenance in contemporary Africa", Critical African Studies, pp Download
Keywords: Africa,borders,sovereignty,authority,secession,separatism

Titeca, K. (2009) ‘The “Masai” and “miraa”: public authority, vigilance and criminality in a Ugandan border town’, Journal of Modern African Studies, 47(2), pp. 291–317.
Keywords: Masai,Uganda

Zeller, Wolfgang (2007): Chiefs, Policing and Vigilantes: “Cleaning up” the Caprivi Borderland of Namibia, in Lars Buur and Helene Maria Kyed (eds.): A New Dawn for Traditional Authorities? State Recognition and Democratization in Sub-Saharan Africa, Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.
Keywords: Namibia,Caprivi,traditional authority,security,smuggling,policing,vigilantes,cattle rustling

Zeller, Wolfgang (2007): “Now we are a Town”: Chiefs, Investors and the State in Zambia’s Western Province, in Lars Buur and Helene Maria Kyed (eds.): A New Dawn for Traditional Authorities? State Recognition and Democratization in Sub-Saharan Africa, Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.
Keywords: Zambia,Western Province,Barotseland,Lozi,traditional authority,transport corridor

Zeller, Wolfgang (2010): 'Neither Arbitrary nor Artificial: Lozi Chiefs and the Making of the Namibia-Zambia Borderland'. Journal of Borderland Studies. 25(2). 6-21.
Keywords: Namibia,Zambia,Caprivi,Western Province,Lozi,Barotseland,traditional authority,colonial boundary-making