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The Energy Crisis: A Revolution in International Relations?

This articles looks at the energy crisis which was sparked off by the Arab/Israeli War in October 1973. It shows the effect of the crisis on super power relationships (at the time Western Europe, United States and Japan) which was regarded as the ...

The European Union and South Africa: Reaching Agreement?

"South Africa's ongoing negotiations with the European Union (EU) for a Trade, Development and Co-operation Agreement have evoked immense interest, not only in Europe and Southern Africa, but also further afield, and at a level unprecedented for a...

Climate Change and Developing Countries

"This article takes stock of current knowledge of climate change and the response to this major problem affecting the environment and economic development. It begins with a brief review of climate change science and impacts as assessed by the Int...

Germany, Europe and Southern Africa - Partnership for the Future

This update is based on a speech given by Dr Klaus Kinkel on the changes that took place in South Africa and how regional integration can increase stability. The cooperation between the European Union and Southern Africa are discussed and what thi...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 8, no. 2, 1984

This issue starts with Smuts House notes of the year. It then proceeds to articles from papers delivered at the SAIIA Third International Conference on Economic Interdependence and World Order held in 1984 namely: The global community at the cross...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 6, no. 3, 1982

"Foreign Powers and Africa" was the theme of the Institute's second International Outlook Conference, held on 6 and 7 September, 1982, in Pretoria. Dr Henry Kissinger's address on "American Global Concerns and Africa" is reproduced in this issue o...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 5, no. 1, 1981

Smuts House Notes look at the relations between South Africa and Zimbabwe after Mr Mugabe won the elections of 1979. It then covers topics on Europe’s strategic mineral needs, Economic sanctions as an instrument of policy, Black Africa and the Sov...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 4, no. 1, 1980

The Smuts House Notes aim to provide a regular forum for brief expressions of opinion on topical aspects of contemporary international life. This is followed by articles of a symposium considering three views on the relations between the Republic...

Change in Eastern/Central Europe: Some implications for Southern Africa

"The countries of Central and Eastern Europe and also of Southern Africa are in a period of dramatic change. In both regions we are going through a process of transformation. The circumstances in our various countries are very different, but I bel...

Regional Co-operation: The Record and Outlook

"This publication brings together the various papers delivered at the Conference, which was held in Cape Town on 6 and 7 March 1984. The views presented on the experience of international co-operation in various regions of the world and the prospe...

Darfur Rising: Sudan's New Crisis

Sudan, where prospects for peace had looked so promising for much of 2003, has become a potential horror story in 2004. The rapid onset of war in its western region of Darfur has created one of the world's worst humanitarian crises -- thousands de...

The EU/AU Partnership in Darfur: Not Yet a Winning Combination

The African Union's (AU) intervention in Sudan's Darfur region tests the effectiveness of its own peace and security structures and those of the European Union (EU). The AU has taken the lead both in the political negotiations between the governme...

G-8 Preview: Bush and Allies to Discuss Repairing Their Rift and Rebuilding Iraq

The annual economic summit of eight industrialized nations, which begins June 1 in Evian, France, will provide an opportunity for President Bush to repair relations with major European countries that opposed the U.S. invasion of Iraq, particularly...

Meeting the Global Challenge of HIV/AIDS- Why the United States Should Act Quickly

More people have died from HIV/AIDS over the last twenty years than from any other disease in human history. The devastation caused by the epidemic poses a clear and direct challenge to long-term U.S. economic and security interests. AIDS is devas...

Development Aid for Infrastructure Investment in Africa: Malian relations with China, the European Commission and the World Bank

"This paper compares the terms of a selection of infrastructure aid contracts entered into by the government of Mali with both ‘traditional’ and ‘non-traditional’ donors. It asks whether these forms of aid, conventionally considered to be dichotom...

The outlook for Southern Africa: a view from Europe

The theme for this paper is the future of South Africa and how the Europeans perceive this to be, based on the political development and history in Europe. The methods used for political predictions is being explained. Reasons for the European rea...

The Implications of the Lisbon Treaty for the EU’s Relations with Africa

The long-awaited Lisbon Treaty, under which the European Union (EU) will be able to re-assert a dominant position internationally, streamline its internal bureaucratic processes to improve their efficiency, and speak with one voice on foreign poli...

SAIIA Newsletter No. 1, 1972

This newsletter contains four articles on various topics. The article by A.G. Mountain concerns opportunities offered to South Africa by the East Coast islands. Colin Eglin’s article states that it is in the interests of South Africa, Southern...

Horn of Africa Bulletin Vol 28 No. 5 September-October 2016

This issue of HAB, "A year after Valetta: What has changed?" focuses on the large volume of people migrating from the Middle East and Africa - fleeing conflict or poverty and heading to Europe. This issue coincides with the one-year anniversary ...

The Khartoum Process A Sustainable Response to Human Smuggling and Trafficking?

With the "migration crisis", in 2012 - 2015, citizens from the Horn of Africa have been arriving irregularly in Europe in unprecedented numbers, whilst featuring disproportionately amongst the fatalities. This has prompted the launch of the Kharto...

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