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SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 1, no. 1, 1977

This International Affairs Bulletin contains five articles: James Mayall’s article deals with Soviet and Chinese policies in Africa. It concentrates on Southern Africa, but Soviet and Chinese policies in the sub-continent should be related to their…

SAIIA Southern Africa Record no 61

This Southern Africa Record contains the following texts: • South Africa - Address by State President F.W. de Klerk at the opening of the Third Session of the Ninth parliament of the Republic of South Africa, Friday 1 February 1991. • Namibia…

My kingdom for an Ore: Japanese relations with South Africa

"Japan-South Africa relations have always been dominated by Japan's need for raw materials to supply its huge manufacturing machine, regardless of changing political circumstances in South Africa. The result has been a typical North-South relationsh…

Madagascar and SADC: The 15th member?

"In 1997, the Southern African Development Community (SADC) broke its self-imposed moratorium on membership by inviting the newly-created Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Seychelles as the 13th and 14th members. At the time there was specula…

SA & Brazil: Towards an FTA

The visit from the Brazilian Minister of Foreign Affairs had as its purpose to discuss the establishing of a free trade agreement between South Africa and Brazil. Both Brazil and SA were disillusioned at the inconclusive World Trade Organisation Mil…

A special study on: The SADC Economies - waiting for South Africa

This paper is presenting an overview of the economic position, policies and problems of the SADC countries. Rapid political change in South Africa itself has prompted a section on South Africa’s economic relations with the region. An economic summar…

Uganda and Rwanda: The Rocky alliance

Until recently, good relations between Uganda and its neighbour Rwanda were taken for granted. Museveni and Kagame openly intervened to overthrow the dictatorial regime of President Mobutu of Zaire. However, in mid-August 1999 a clash in the town of…

From isolation to integration? : The South African economy in the 1990s

Presents the proceedings of a conference entitled 'South Africa in the Global Economy' which was held from 11-12 July 1996. The conference was held to help locate and understand South Africa's position in the context of the continent's developmenta…

Dialogue in Africa

Looks back at past developments over ten years against the growing isolation of South Africa in the early sixties. Also reflects on the threats of isolation which continued in various areas of South African foreign relations

South Africa in the global economy

"This book examines South Africa's international economic relations. The impact of the Republic's domestic needs, its role as an African power and the evolving nature of the global economic system are all considered as the country strives to provide…

Zambia: Between bombs and economic betterment

"FIVE BOMB BLASTS rocked the Zambian capital, Lusaka, on Sunday 28 February 1999. One exploded at the Angolan Embassy, others being aimed mainly at infrastructure targets. The last time Zambia experienced this sort of violence was ahead of the 1996 …

eAfrica: The electronic Journal of Governance and Innovation, Vol 3, February 2005

In this volume the main focus is on China and the influence that China has on Africa with regard to the textile industry and what this will mean for economic relationships in Africa. Africa is reluctant to democratize as only one opposition party wa…

Angola's strategic co-operation with the BRIC Countries

"The new millennium has marked a new era for Angola. The restoration of peace and security has enabled the government to focus on economic growth and social development. Accordingly, Angola’s foreign policy has required re-defining, especially with …

Signing of the Interim Economic Partnership Agreement

"This BIDPA Brief will consider primarily the commercial considerations in the signing of the IEPA on the 4th June 2009 in Brussels, but these inevitably overlap with Botswana’s sovereign political interests. While the Brief considers the positions …

SADC Barometer Issue 8, March 2005

The focus of this issue is the progress made by the SADC as well as the regional integration of countries like Madagascar and Tanzania. The implications for countries to join the SADC and the achievements of the SADC are also highlighted. However th…

SADC Barometer Issue 5 April 2004

This issue focus on food security and agriculture with the following articles: Zambia: Food, agriculture and natural resources; Zimbabwe’s Commercial farming expertise; SADC needs a common land reform policy; The nexus between water security and pov…

The State Of Nigeria's Economic Reforms

In 2003, following years of economic stagnation, Nigeria embarked on a comprehensive reform agenda to improve the macroeconomic environment, pursue structural reforms, strengthen public expenditure management, and conduct institutional and governanc…

Fragile Stability: Post-Apartheid South Africa

Despite the international recognition and praise that South Africa received in 1994 for organizing its first free and fair, multiracial presidential elections, the country continues to exhibit increasing signs of state fragility on a number of diffe…

Burundi: Democracy and Peace at Risk

Since the new, democratically elected government came to power in September 2005, the first since 1993, there has been marked deterioration in Burundi’s political climate. Led by the National Council for the Defense of Democracy-Forces for the Defen…

Congo: Staying Engaged after the Elections

On 6 December 2006, Joseph Kabila was sworn in as the first democratically elected president since Congolese independence, concluding a landmark electoral process largely devoid of major violence or gross irregularities. Democratic governance is…

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