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South Africa's External Economic Relations New Initiatives in a Changing Environment

"As a well-developed industrial country which has important mineral, agricultural and industrial products for export, and offers a growing market for a variety of sophisticated imports and a profitable and promising field for investment, South Afr...

South Africa in the Post-Cold War World

"The author set himself the task of examining South Africa's position in the post-Cold War world. This involved looking at the nature and impact of recent changes in international affairs, and how they have affected South Africa. His first step ...

Nigerian Foreign Policy and the Economic Community of West Africa States (ECOWAS)

" The aim of the first paper is to provide an introduction to, and an outline of, the foreign policy of black Africa's most populous, most powerful and most influential state. Nigeria's foreign policy is, in the words of Dr. Okoi Arikpo (Nigeria'...

Between the CPA and Southern Independence: China's Post-Conflict Engagement in Sudan

"As a defining Chinese engagement in Africa, much attention has been devoted to China’s role over Darfur and Sudan’s other conflicts. Much less has been paid to China’s role in post-conflict reconstruction and development. The paper explores the ...

From Inspiration to Implementation: Challenges facing South Africa

The birth of the new South Africa brought hope not only for South Africans, but also for sub-Saharan Africa. South Africa is committed to reconciliation and creating a more equal society. While much has been done on the political front to dismant...

The Comparative Importance to British Businessmen of Trade with South Africa and Trade with the Rest of Africa

This briefing has as its focus the British trade with South Africa and Africa. British companies are being pushed into choices and the choice posed has to be viewed in the context of sanctions against South Africa. Britain is a trading nation beca...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 5, no. 3, 1981

This issue of the bulletin looks at Nigeria: from isolation to African leadership; the South African Development Co-ordination Conference (SADCC) and the South African response; and Revolutionary Warfare examines the notion or revolutionary war as...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 6, no. 1, 1982

This issue starts with Smuts House Notes and then 3 articles follow on Supping with the devil – Zimbabwe-South Africa relations, Political and Military background to France’s intervention capability, and the proposals of the constitutional committ...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 7, no. 1, 1983

“In this issue Professor John Barratt and Professor Gerald Bender wrote articles on Namibia and Angola which pointed to some of the divergent assumptions and perceptions which bedevil the current outlook for the region and for Namibian independenc...

Working for Development in Southern Africa: Bridging the Gap Between Government and Business

"The paper reflects on the difficult relationship between the South African government and business since 1994 – partly a function of the domestic legacy of apartheid but also attributed to ideological differences between the two. Renewed energy o...

Towards a Framework of Principles for the G20: Assessing the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung 'Guidelines'

" A rapidly changing world needs a navigational system if it is not to founder on the rocks of high finance. The G20 ‘ship’ currently lacks such direction and risks becoming irrelevant at the time of greatest need for it. One option, albeit one th...

Eyes on the Eighties: The International Political Outlook for Southern Africa

This paper discusses the international scene as the world moves towards the beginning of a new decade. Changes in the world order accelerated the disorder experienced in several countries. Africa and Southern Africa will move into the eighties as ...

A Survey of South Africa's Political and Economic Position in the World

“The main focus of this paper will be on the political aspects of South Africa’s external relations. But it is not possible to separate politics and economics in this field or in any other. There is perhaps a tendency to think that economic relati...

South Africa and the Indian Ocean Rim

"From 9-11 September 1996, an intergovernmental meeting will be held in Port Louis, Mauritius, during which, some parties hope, a charter will be adopted, bringing an Indian Ocean Rim Economic Association officially into being. This meeting will ...

Services trade Liberalisation and the Role of the Services Sector in South African Development

"The purpose of this paper is to explore the implications of services trade liberalisation for employment creation and industrial policy goals in South Africa. It begins by critically examining the debate surrounding the role of the services sect...

Dreaming out loud:Implications of a Doha end-game for South Africa

"In November 2011, the Doha Round will be in its tenth year. Efforts continue in Geneva to conclude the negotiations but with no sign of agreement anytime soon. The talks have essentially been stuck since the last draft modalities of 2008, and n...

Nigeria and the BRICs: Diplomatic, Trade, Cultural and Military Relations

"The paper explores the relationship between the BRICs and Nigeria, undoubtedly one of Africa’s key countries and one that is also an aspiring member of the expanded BRICs. It considers the relationship in the areas of economic relations, diploma...

SAIIA Southern Africa Record no 27

This issue is on Namibia negotiations. It comprises of a joint statement, press briefing, a statement by the UN Secretary General, and letters from various delegates to the UN Secretary General. It also covers United States and Southern Africa, ad...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 12, no. 2, 1988

The first paper: The western/Namibian initiatives sets out to explore the origins of the western diplomatic initiative on Namibia, to advance reasons for its failure, and to suggest some of the elements required for its revitalisation. This second...

The Evolving Nature of Chinese Telecommunications Investment in the DRC

"ZTE was the first Chinese company to invest in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) telecommunications sector, acquiring a majority shareholding in mobile phone operator, Congo Chine Télécoms (CCT), in 2000. CCT is popular with low-income user...

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