Jakkie Cilliers, Dr

Dr Jakkie Cilliers is the Chairman of the ISS Board of Trustees and Head of the African Futures and Innovation team in Pretoria. Jakkie co-founded the ISS in 1990 and was the executive director until 2015. He is an Extraordinary Professor in the Centre of Human Rights and the Department of Political Sciences, Faculty Humanities at the University of Pretoria. He serves on the advisory boards of the Geneva Centre for Security Policy and the Center on International Conflict Resolution at Columbia University, New York. Jakkie is also on the World Economic Forum’s Think Tank Leaders Forum. He has a DLitt et Phil from the University of South Africa.

Works by this author

Africa First! Igniting a Growth Revolution

From Lockdown to Thuma Mina: Impact of Economic Reform on South Africa’s Prospects

Angolan Futures 2050: Beyond Oil

South Africa first! Getting to Thuma Mina

Emerging Giant: Potential Pathways for Ethiopia to 2040

Prospects for the G5 Sahel Countries to 2040

Great Zimbabwe: Alternative Prospects to 2040

Getting to Africa’s Demographic Dividend

Violence in Africa: Trends, Drivers and Prospects to 2023

Shaping the future: Strategies for Sustainable Development in Kenya

Made in Africa: Manufacturing and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Book extract: Fate of the Nation – 3 Scenarios for South Africa’s Future

African Futures: Key Trends to 2035

Life beyond BRICS? South Africa’s Future Foreign Policy Interests

Key to the Horn Ethiopia’s Prospects to 2030

The Future of Democracy in Africa

South African Scenarios 2024 : Politics, Violence and Growth in the Rainbow Nation

Economics, Governance and Instability in South Africa

Rainbow at Risk Improving South Africa's Prospects

Future (im)perfect? Mapping Conflict, Violence and Extremism in Africa

Violent Islamist Extremism and Terror in Africa

Power and Influence in Africa: Algeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Nigeria and South Africa

Reasonable Goals for Reducing Poverty in Africa Targets for the Post-2015 MDGs and Agenda 2063

Assessing Long Term State Fragility in Africa : Prospects for 26 ‘more fragile’ Countries

Africa's Conflict Burden in a Global Context

Africa's Current and Future Stability

Parched Prospects The Emerging Water Crisis in South Africa

Reducing Poverty in Africa Realistic Targets for the Post-2015 MDGs and Agenda 2063

The 2014 South African Defense Review Rebuilding After Years of Abuse, Neglect and Decay

Forecasting South African Election Results

Assessing Long-Term State Fragility in Africa: Prospects for 26 ‘more fragile’ Countries

Highway or Byway? The National Development Plan 2030

Prospects for Africa's 26 Fragile Countries

The Future of Intrastate Conflict in Africa More Violence or Greater Peace?

The Election of Dr Dlamini Zuma as AU Chairperson Towards Pan-Africanism and African Renaissance?

Building Stability in Africa: Challenges for the New Millenium

Africa and Terrorism, Joining the Global Campaign

Building Security in Southern Africa An Update on the Evolving Architecture

The Security Agencies and the South African Constitution

Part Time Forces and the Future of the SANDF

The SADC Organ for Defence, Politics and Security

SADC Organ on Politics, Defence and Security : Future Development

Mercenaries and Mischief : The Regulation of Foreign Military Assistance Bill

Defence Acquisitions - Unpacking the Package Deals

An Emerging South African Foreign Policy Identity?

Human Security in Africa A Conceptual Framework for Review

Peacekeeping in the DRC MONUC and the Road to Peace

NEPAD’s Peer Review Mechanism

Peace and Security through Good Governance A Guide to the NEPAD African Peer Review Mechanism

Peace, Security and Democracy in Africa? A Summary of Outcomes from the 2002 OAU/AU Summits in Durban

Commitments by African Heads of State to Peace, Democracy, Human Rights and Associated Issues

The Landmine Factor in the Peacekeeping Debate in Africa

The African Strategic Environment 2020 Challenges for the SA Army

Conflict Early Warning Systems and Support of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in Sudan

Progress with the African Standby Force

Towards a Continental Early Warning System for Africa

South Africa’s Second Term at the UN Security Council: Managing Expectations

Africa in the New World How Global and Domestic Developments Will Impact by 2025

African Futures 2050 The Next Forty Years

Somalia: the Intervention Dilemma

The African Standby Force An Update on Progress

Climate Change, Population Pressure and Conflict in Africa