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Growth vs Stability: Pointers for South Africa from Argentina and Chile

There is broad consensus on the outlines of the economic strategy South Africa should adopt, but dissenting voices have been raised. Some argue for a less conventional, more dynamic approach to economic growth. Part of the problem for emerging mar...

The Impact of the TRC on the Military : Pressures, Problems and Imponderables

"This paper proceeds from the assumption that the process of truth and reconciliation is necessary for both normative and practical reasons. Notwithstanding these reasons, however, it outlines a series of practical challenges that confront the arm...

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 ...

Argentina’s Shifting Politics: New Prospects for Collaboration with Africa?

Mauricio Macri, Argentina’s new president, has many challenges ahead. In the initial 10 months of his government, he has devalued the currency, lifted significant trade and capital barriers, and launched conversations with international investor...

Argentina’s G20 Presidency: Implications for the G20-Africa Partnership

Argentina’s hosting of the G20 summit in 2018 presents a significant opportunity for it to represent the needs and expectations of Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) as a whole, as well as advancing a cohesive regional strategy of the Latin Ame...

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