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The Evolution and Effectiveness of Sanctions Against South Africa

The focus of this study is economic sanctions and the implications it had on South Africa. A brief background history explains the use of sanctions throughout the world as a measure of warfare. The second part concentrates on the South African exp...

Third World Sanctions Moves Against South Africa

“The most effective direct and indirect third world sanction moves against South Africa were initiated by the United Nations (arms embargo) and Iran (oil embargo). The two most outspoken African countries on sanctions are Nigeria (oil) and Tanzani...

Recent Trends in Zimbabwe - South Africa Relations

"South Africa's relations with, its neighbouring states have been dominated by one over riding consideration - the neutralisation of African National Congress (ANC) and Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) bases in the adjacent territories , from which...

Diamonds Without Maps Liberia, the UN, Sanctions and the Kimberley Process

"This paper argues that while diamonds represent a very small part of Liberia’s potential postwar economy, they loom large in the country’s political schema, and they retain their enormous potential for national and regional destabilization. Liber...

Rhodesia - the tide turns

In June 1966 the sanctions against Rhodesia was forcing the economy of Rhodesia to a standstill. However the six principles that the British government wanted Rhodesia to accept would mean complete surrender by the Smith government. In July the to...

Rhodesia: Quo Vadis?

The document starts by giving background on Rhodesia’s past from 1922 until the present, then discusses its present and possible future. The author believes that it is in the best interests of all Rhodesians to reach an agreement with the British ...

Namibia and the sanctions controversy

The Foreign Minister’s European visit culminated on his return with statements about possible sanctions. The controversy obscured the realities of continuing negotiations on Namibia, and confused the public by implying that negotiations will be po...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 12, no. 1, 1988

This International Affairs Bulletin contains three articles: The article by Hennie Kotzé, Pierre du Toit and Jan Gagiano describes options for the US concerning sanctions and South Africa. It address the argument that sanctions will promote a dem...

Situation Critical: The Anjouan Political Crisis

"The present crisis in Comoros is a contest for political dominance between elitist groups who see their interest being sustained within the framework of centralisation and those who favour a loose federation. Sambi and Bacar are merely point pers...

Neither fish nor Fowl(er)? Peace efforts in Angola

Robert Fowler presented the UN Security Council with a 14 point plan designed to strenghten sanctions against the Angolan Rebel movement UNITA. This update explains the current situation in war torn Angola and then describes Fowler's plan for sanc...

OSSREA Bulletin Vol 7 No 2

In this issue several events during October were reported. These events include: Conferences, Meetings and Workshops. New publications were also discussed. Three feature articles included are titled :1) Cyber marketing African Football in the New ...

OSSREA Bulletin Vol 5 No 2

In this bulletin the workshop for Dissemination of PRSP Books is highlighted. This discussion is followed by four feature articles entitled as follows: 1) Regional Economic Integration: The Key to Africa’s Development in the 21st Century 2)Export ...

The Bush presidency and South Africa: Congress and the sanctions outlook

The report has as its main theme the sanctions that have been used as a tool to change political situations. Attention is given to sanctions under President Reagan and continues to describe sanctions under the regime of President Bush. The author ...

The economic implications of disinvestment for South Africa

"This study attempts to deal with an aspect of the disinvestment debate about which there has been much discussion and speculation, but, as yet, little research : the economic implications of investment sanctions for South Africa."

Sanctions against South Africa

This paper is the result of a study group on sanctions against South Africa. The first paper discusses the sanctions against South Africa in the EEC. The implications of sanctions as well as the reasons for implementing sanctions against Africa fr...

Rhodesia, settlement and Southern Africa

The issues discussed in this paper are the independence struggle of Rhodesia, the impact it has on South Africa and how this will influence the white minority in Rhodesia. This is not however the only problem to be addressed but also the U S fore...

Rhodesia

This paper is a follow up on a previous talk by Professor Cockram. He addresses the four problems that was discussed ten months earlier but in a different order. The sequence represents the order of importance. The problems are sanctions imposed o...

Zambia moves into the forefront of the Rhodesian conflict

This paper has as its theme the struggle for independence in Rhodesia. The process to gain independence was not an easy one as sanctions had an adverse effect on the development of Rhodesia. The refusal of the United Nations to talk to the illegal...

Zambia

"I drew attention in June to the compulsion or temptation - I am not sure which it was - which led Zambian ministers to be the first to proclaim the failure of existing sanctions against Rhodesia, possibly in order to be able simultaneously to de...

Repercussions: Zambia, Rhodesia and South West Africa

In this report the author is discussing the problems of 3 different countries, namely Zambia, Rhodesia and South West Africa. The slow deterioration of Zambia's economy after their decision to move against Rhodesia is not at an end. Numerous probl...

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