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SAIIA Southern Africa Record no 5

This edition of the Southern Africa Record includes an address by the US Secretary of State with regard to the relations between Africa and America, interviews with President Kenneth Kaunda and the Prime Minister of South Africa B J Vorster, speec...

International Affairs Bulletin (Vol. 13/No 3/1989)

"This edition of the bulletin has been dedicated to a new framework for foreign policy analysis.Charles Kegley explores the achievements and shortcomings of the Comparative Foreign Policy paradigm. He suggests a number of ways in which this paradi...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 6, no. 2, 1982

In this issue, Smuts House notes starts by looking at South Africa’s activity beyond its borders and how Pretoria is involved in upsetting regional security. According to the notes, Pretoria’s security interests are best served by keeping neighbou...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 15, no. 3, 1991

In this issue the Smuts House Notes covers various topics from the agenda of international politics, to US Global Design, to the collapse of the American Dream. Papers covered in this topic centre on South African relations, its foreign policy dim...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 12, no. 2, 1988

The first paper: The western/Namibian initiatives sets out to explore the origins of the western diplomatic initiative on Namibia, to advance reasons for its failure, and to suggest some of the elements required for its revitalisation. This second...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 11, no. 2, 1987

"In the paper by Kruger and De Wit, the important issue of mineral laws and greater equity in a future South Africa is critically examined. Lourens and Kotze cast an eye on the recently held white General Election of May 1987 and suggest an alt...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 9, no. 2, 1985

In this issue, the Smuts House Notes follow South Africa’s negotiations as the rapidly deteriorating political and internal security situation has precipitated interest and concern about Pretoria’s domestic policies and South Africa’s place in the...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 5, no. 2, 1981

This issue focuses on the Executive summary on the political outlook conference held in 1981. Topics included the changing world around South Africa, the major foreign policy positions of the Reagan Administration, France’s Africa policy and books...

Israel's Relations with South Africa: 1948-1973

“Since the early 1970s the Israeli-South African connection has become a focus of international attention and criticism. This article tries from an Israeli viewpoint, briefly to trace the Israeli-South African connection from the late 1940s until ...

SAIIA Newsletter vol. 8, no. 3, 1976

This issue starts off with Director’s notes on SAIIA Institute’s functions, branch activities and the Transkei’s Conference. Current trends in South African foreign policy looks at the different views on détente and South Africa's foreign policy ...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 16, no. 2, 1992

This issue starts with Smuts House Notes talking about how the world can manage only one or possibly two crises at a time. This means that the dominant powers would prefer to concentrate their efforts rather than deal with regional hot spots. It t...

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...

Dependency, Instability and Shifting Global Power Influences and Interests in African Foreign Policy in the 21st Century

"Given the multiplicity of nations involved there is not one African foreign policy but many, reflecting diverse interests, weaknesses, strengths and national histories. The challenge of an introductory paper such as this is to reflect that diver...

Nigeria and the Global powers: Continuity and change in the 21st Century

"The paper examines Nigeria’s foreign policy from 2000 to 2011. It focuses largely on the country’s relations with traditional global powers such as the US, Britain, France and Russia; and emerging global powers such as China, India and Brazil. ...

SAIIA Newsletter No. 1, 1969

The newsletter starts with introductory notes and includes three articles: Diplomacy – Art or Science discusses the historical developments of diplomacy but also addresses the changes in modern diplomacy. In the article Australian Foreign Policy t...

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...

South Africa and World Politics: Realities in a Changing Situation

Europe and Japan, as major economic powers in the world, have been playing an increasingly independent role in international politics. This paper gives a picture of the changing power pattern in the world. Although South Africa is not a supplier o...

Portuguese Diplomacy in Southern Africa 1974-1994

"Although much has been written on the foreign policies of the United Kingdom (UK), France and other great metropolitan powers towards Africa, very little has appeared in English on Portuguese foreign policy. It is often assumed that, after the 1...

Nigerian Foreign Policy and the Economic Community of West Africa States (ECOWAS)

" The aim of the first paper is to provide an introduction to, and an outline of, the foreign policy of black Africa's most populous, most powerful and most influential state. Nigeria's foreign policy is, in the words of Dr. Okoi Arikpo (Nigeria'...

What do we think? A Survey of White Opinion on Foreign Policy issues no 5

"This is the fifth in a series of biennial surveys of white South African opinion on foreign and some domestic issues.It is the only series of its kind in South Africa that measures the opinion of white South Africans primarily on foreign policy ...

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