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Navigating Post-Peace Agreement Plebiscites: Zimbabwe and Kenya’s 2013 Elections

"This Policy & Practice Brief is informed by the persistent problem of contested electoral processes and results in a number of African countries. These are often accompanied by violence, with devastating effects not only on human security, but al...

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...

Conflict Trends Issue 3 2013

In ‘The Other Side of Drones: Saving Wildlife in Africa and Managing Global Crime’ the negative consequences of poaching are felt in Africa and around the world, governments and law enforcement may have a way to counter this threat: the use of una...

Forecasting South African Election Results

"This policy brief provides additional detail on the Bafana Bafana, Mandela Magic and Nation Divided scenarios first set out in the ‘South African futures 2030’ study released by the Institute for Security Studies in February 2014. The focus in t...

South Africa’s Watershed Elections: Awry, the Beloved Country?

In post apartheid South Africa, municipal elections have had a brief and unremarkable history. However, it is expected that the polls on 3 August are to be the most fiercely contested of any to date. South Africa’s demography is changing rapidly ...

Election Fatigue? Half of Basotho want a Different Way to Choose Leaders

Transparent, free, and fair elections are a cornerstone of a functioning democracy. But can there be too much of a good thing? Lesotho has had three general elections in the past six years (in 2012, 2015, and 2017). Each failed to produce an outri...

Agreeing To Disagree In The Interest Of Ghana

"Embedded in Ghana's multiparty democracy ushered in by the fourth Republican Constitution, 1992 is recognition of the idea that not all Ghanaians will share in the same political ideology on issues regarding how the country should be governed. A...

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