Aditi Lalbahadur

Aditi joined the Institute in January 2012 after completing a Masters in Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of St Andrews, in Scotland (with distinction in coursework). She is also a Chevening Scholar. She has also spent considerable time at The Presidency of the Republic of South Africa as a researcher/writer and in television production. She holds an undergraduate and Honours degree from University of Natal, Durban where she majored in Political Science, Legal Studies and Media and Communications.

Works by this author

How can Zimbabwe Successfully Reintegrate into the International Community?

COVID-19's Impact on South Africa's Relations with Africa

Positioning South Africa in 21st Century Global Nuclear Security Debates

Tshisekedi's contested victory and the road ahead for the DRC

Troubling Times ahead: Election Scenarios for the DRC

Zimbabwe elections: International observers play vital gatekeeping role

Peacekeepers and sexual abuse: A persistent stain on the United Nations’ image

Improving SADC Responses to Bring Peace to the DRC

Can South Africa de-escalate the Korean Peninsula crisis?

On Becoming a Responsible Great Power: Contextualizing China's Foray into Human Rights and Peace & Security in Africa

A Stitch in Time: Preventive Diplomacy and the Lake Malawi Dispute

Co-operation in the South Atlantic Zone: Amplifying the African Agenda

South Africa's Foreign Policy: Tempering Dominance through Integration

South Africa's Economic Statecraft in Southern Africa: Non-existent or Nascent? An Examination of Relations with Zimbabwe and Swaziland

Mozambique's Foreign Policy: Pragmatic Non-Alignment as a Tool for Development

Mozambique and Malawi: Recalibrating a Difficult Relationship