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SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 4, no. 3, 1980

This issue of the newsletter starts with Smuts House Notes. It then covers topics on South Africa-changing American perceptions; some observations on US media coverage of South Africa in the 1980s; the Foreign Policy Dynamics of countries great and …

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 2, no. 3, 1978

In this issue, contents include notes on authors and their articles; German Foreign Policy; Salt II and Western Security; the Communist Powers and Africa; Cuba, Angola and the West; Short Term South African Foreign Policy Alternatives; and Implicati…

Commentary on the Akinyemi Doctrine

"What is the limit to Nigeria's demonstration of solidarity with other African countries, especially in the context of outright extra-regional aggression against the sovereignty, territorial integrity and security of such countries? Should there be …

Nigeria's Peace Policy in Chad

"Chad is of primordial importance in Nigeria's foreign policy consideration for many reasons. In this way, Nigeria has been put in a position where she had to monitor and react to the day-to-day situational fact of the Chadian crisis. Chad might hav…

Reciprocity in Nigerian Foreign Policy (The Akinyemi Doctrine)

"At the All-Nigeria Conference on Foreign Policy held at NIPSS, Kuru in April, 1986, the President and Commander-in-Chief, Major-General Ibahim Babangida, challenged the nation's assembled foreign policy intelligentsia to identify and define Nigeria…

The Thrust of Nigeria's Foreign Policy in the Future

"Foreign policy is the strategy of defending a nation's national interest through diplomacy. When diplomacy fails, the same interest may be defended through war and the force of arms. The question then is what constitutes Nigeria's national interest…

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 the…

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 exper…

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 of …

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 197…

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's …

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 i…

Intertwined Paths: Portugal and Rising Angola

"Since independence, Portuguese–Angolan relations have been constrained by their historical past and by Angola’s own internal vicissitudes. However, the end of Angola’s civil war in 2002, and the stability and national reconciliation process that f…

Reconstructing the implications of liberation struggle history on SADC Mediation in Zimbabwe

"Former liberation movements are at the helm of government in Zimbabwe, Namibia, Mozambique, Angola, South Africa and Tanzania. They have maintained close ties rooted in common liberation histories and personal connections, and during times of cr…

OSSREA Bulletin Vol 5 No 3

In this bulletin several events within OSSREA for the month of October were discussed. The events includes workshops, an international forum, as well as the appointment of a new executive director. Three featured articles are titled : 1)Violence in …

NIIANEWS Newsletter of the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs Vol 2 No 2, Apr - Jun 2006

Several issues are discussed in this edition under the following headings: International Conference on ECOWAS Milestones in Regional Integration. Inter Cultural and Inter Ethnic communication and effective conflict management in the 21st century Nig…

Ramaphosa at the Helm of the ANC: A Cloaked Cohabitation

Cyril Ramaphosa outpassed Dlamini Zuma in the elections for replacing Jacob Zuma at the head of the ANC. Yet, his victory does not allow him to enjoy a huge success given the short gap he has recorded against the Dlamini Zuma but also given the bala…

Ramaphosa à la Tête de l’ANC: Une Cohabitation qui ne Dit pas son Nom / Ramaphosa at the helm of the ANC: A cloaked cohabitation

Cyril Ramaphosa outpassed Dlamini Zuma in the elections for replacing Jacob Zuma at the head of the ANC. Yet, his victory does not allow him to enjoy a huge success given the short gap he has recorded against the Dlamini Zuma but also given the bala…

China’s Foreign Policy Experiment in South Sudan

China’s longstanding principle of non-interference in other states’ internal affairs is evolving with its growing global footprint. As Chinese overseas investment and business links grow in scope and depth, Beijing faces increasing threats to its ci…

Rising Democracies, Burden-Sharing, and the International Liberal Order

The international liberal order based on collectively securing peace, promoting development, and protecting human rights is facing a major stress test. With the decline of U.S. leadership, a weakening Europe, and the rise of authoritarian China a…

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