Elizabeth Sidiropoulos

Elizabeth Sidiropoulos is the chief executive of the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA). She has headed the Institute since 2005. Before her current appointment she was director of studies at SAIIA from 1999 to April 2005. She was previously research director at the South African Institute of Race Relations and editor of the highly acclaimed Race Relations Survey (now the South Africa Survey), an annual publication documenting political and constitutional developments, and socio-economic disparities in South Africa. She is the editor-in-chief of the South African Journal of International Affairs. She is a member of the International Advisory Board of the Indian Foreign Affairs Journal, the journal of the Graduate Institute of International Development in Geneva and the International Journal Chinese Quarterly of Strategic Studies under the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS).

Works by this author

Exploring the Potential Role of the IMF in Supporting South Africa's Just Transition

Boosting Africa's and LDCs' Agency in the G20

A New South African Climate Diplomacy: G7, G20 and Beyond

Africa after COVID-19 and the Retreat of Globalism

G20-Africa Engagement: Finding a Roadmap to Shared Development

Troubling Times ahead: Election Scenarios for the DRC

BRICS-Africa Cooperation: Achievements and Opportunities

BRICS, Africa and Global Economic Governance: Achievements and the Future

The role of African think tanks in a post-truth world

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

New Development Bank: Moving the BRICS From an Acronym to an Institution

To the Ends of the Earth: Antarctica, the Antarctic Treaty and South Africa

Modi's New Foreign Policy Agenda and the Implications for Africa

Silk, Cinnamon and Cotton: Emerging Power Strategies for the Indian Ocean and the Implications for Africa

Rising Powers South-South Co-operation and Africa

Regional integration in Southern Africa: Comparative International perspectives

The European Union and Africa: developing partnerships for peace and security

Observer or participant? The role of civil society in Angola

Creating incentives for reform: The EU accession process

New tools for reform and stability: Sanctions, conditionalists and conflict resolution

The Impact of the Asian Drivers on Governance in Africa