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Africa and the Remaking of Global Order

This paper makes the case for Africa to play a role in remaking global order. This is based on the need to address geopolitical insecurity as well as the continent’s need to redress its historical exclusion from the design of the international sys...

Chester Crocker on American policies in Southern Africa

This document contains the text of a statement by US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Chester Crocker, before the US House of Representatives Subcommittee on Africa in Washington, DC, on September 16, 1981. It is followed by the t...

Sahara : Les Turpitudes d’un Secrétaire Général en fin de Mandat / Sahara: The Depravity of a Secretary General at the End of Term

This article discusses the comments made by the Secretary General of the United Nations – wherein he calls Morocco’s presence in Western Sahara equal to that of “occupation" lasting , according to him for 40 or 41 years. The use of these words ...

Lecture du Compte-Rendu Onusien de l’entretien entre Ban Ki-moon et Salaheddine Mezouar / Interpretation of the UN Report of the Meeting between Ban Ki-moon and Salaheddine Mezouar

On 14th March 2016, Morocco accused the United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon of speaking out of turn during a visit to restart talks between Rabat and the Algeria-backed Polisario Front on the disputed area of Western Sahara. The Moroccan government n...

South Africa and the United States: A new policy agenda for Africa?

This document describes the end of an ambivalent period in American policy towards Africa. An issue of US foreign policy that receives bipartisan political support is Africa. This policy shift is underpinned by two initiatives: the African Growth ...

Britain, South Africa and the fall of Margaret Thatcher

This brief report discusses British policy towards South Africa in the aftermath of Margaret Thatcher’s fall. South Africa will probably be less prominent in British politics, it will slip from the political agenda, and Britain will handle South A...

Bridging the Gulf? Exploring South African ties with the countries of the Gulf Region

"This paper examines the nature of current South African ties with the Gulf states — Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Iraq and Iran, and identifies areas in which there might be a conflict of interest and...

Turkey and South Africa: Development of relations 1860-2005

The formal diplomatic relationship between Turkey and South Africa was established in 1992, however the relationship on various levels predates this by as much as 130 years. Turkey and South Africa are countries with very similar developmental pat...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 9, no. 3, 1985

This International Affairs Bulletin contains articles by various authors as well as book reviews and is devoted to one topic, South Africa's relationship with the United nations, and is intended to mark the UN's fortieth anniversary. Sara Pie...

SAIIA Southern Africa Record no 13

This Southern African Record contains the following Statements: negotiations on South West Africa/Namibia; by Mr Sam Nujoma, President of Swapo, at the United Nations Conference on Southern Africa; the Executive Council of the Transitional Govern...

SAIIA Southern Africa Record no 6

This Southern African Record contains the following: • Address by Henry Kissinger on 2 August 1976. • Address by Dr. Hilgard Muller on 13 Augustus 1976. • Address by Henry Kissinger on 31 August 1976. • Transcript of Press Conference of He...

The Soviet Union and Southern Africa

This document discusses the involvement of the Soviet Union in southern Africa, giving the historical background of Soviet African policies, describing the basic Soviet approach since the end of the 1960s, and its interventionist policies from 197...

American attitudes towards South Africa: Constructive engagement and the divestment debate

This background briefing describes American attitudes toward South Africa. The importance for the Reagan Administration of the policy of constructive engagement was emphasised in an address of the Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, Mr...

British Native policy and administration in tropical Africa

The separation in 1925 of the Colonial Office into two Departments of State, for Dominions and Colonies, was a turning point in the history of the colonial dependencies, allowing the Secretary of State for the Colonies to concentrate on the proble...

Seen from South Africa: Short studies of current International problems

This document includes short studies of the following current international problems as seen from a South African perspective: • The balance of terror. • The United Nations General Assembly. • The Commonwealth and the common market. • Inter...

South West Africa and the international court: Two viewpoints on the 1971 advisory opinion

This document concerns the 1971 Advisory Proceedings on South West Africa in the International Court. The Court proceedings derived from political disputes at the United Nations. Arguments against South Africa were based on an anti-colonial campa...

SAIIA Neswletter No. 4, 1969

This newsletter contains the following articles: The first article is the address by the South African Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. H. Muller, at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, London, 30th October, 1969, concerning some aspe...

SAIIA Newsletter No. 3, 1969

The newsletter contains four articles by different authors.The first two articles have as its focus the Suez Canal. In the first article the implications of the closing of the Suez Canal is the focus. The closing will not only have an effect on th...

Lesotho and the Southern African dilemma

"As the early December raid by South African security forces on Maseru demonstrated, the Government of Lesotho - South Africa's closest neighbour - has to tread a line between hostility and compromise with Pretoria. This Brief Report discusses t...

Mitterand's Africa policy: Much of the same

"Despite President Mitterand's rhetoric, French African policy has undergone only minor changes since the Socialist victory in 1981. This Brief Report examines the following; 1. Political Interests 2. Security Interests 3. Economic Interests...

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