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The Resurgence of Radical Nationalism in the South Atlantic: a working paper

"We here take a closer look at these radical nationalisms and the challenges which they face. For besides being in urgent need of solidarity, their predicament raises universal questions regarding the ways and means of delinking in the course of ...

Rethinking South Africa's Development Path: Reflections on the ANC's Policy Conference Discussion Documents

"This publication is a critique of the set of discussion documents released by the African National Congress [ANC] in preparation for its Policy Conference at the end of June and its Congress in December 2007. The purpose of the publication is to ...

Brazil: The Dialectical Nature of Security and Integration in South America

"Globalization has brought new and dangerous challenges to the Brazilian national project. Whereas the neoliberal agenda led to the opening of the country’s internal market and the privatization/de-nationalization of strategic public enterprises ...

IBSA Regional Security Dimensions: The South Africa Perspective

"This essay examines the challenges of international security with reference to the experience of the IBSA coalition. Specifically, it explores the role of IBSA in global security through the lens of South Africa. Its principal argument is that I...

Strengthening Africa's Governance Architecture: Lessons from Lesotho's First APRM Processes

"The discussion above was intended to review Lesotho’s experience as the twelfth AU country to undergo the APRM process and to draw lessons of benefit for the future. Based on the discussion above, it can be concluded broadly that despite some que...

Africa's Evolving governance Architecture: Reflections on the African Peer Review Mechanism

"This paper examines two facets of this maturing mechanism. Firstly, how does the APRM relate to its progenitors, the AU and NEPAD, and other governance initiatives beyond the continent, as part of this evolving governance architecture? Secondly, ...

The African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance: Declaration vs policy practice

"This Policy Brief unravels the evolution of the African Charter which, if effectively implemented, may radically transform Africa’s governance architecture and in the process improve the livelihoods of ordinary people on the continent. The democr...

The MDG's and Africa: The Elusive Partnership?

"In September 2000, 89 countries met at United Nations (UN) headquarters in New York amid great fanfare to adopt the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The MDGs sought to generate international consensus to eliminate international poverty and b...

Perspectives and Hidden Ambiguities in the 'African Agenda'

"This paper seeks to undertake a brief examination and analysis of this seemingly non-problematic, popular and widely used concept. It is hoped that through this examination and analysis, the notion of the ‘African Agenda’ will be problematised,...

Advancing South Africa's Agenda through the 'African Agenda'

"This policy brief seeks to explore the strategic significance for South Africa of pursuing its ‘African Agenda’ through engagement within the affairs of the African continent. It argues that South Africa’s advancement of the ‘African Agenda’ and...

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