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The State of Governance in Africa

"Informal, neo-patrimonial power structures partly explain why over 30 years of structural adjustment and calls for good governance have failed to inspire lasting change in Africa. What can be done? The good governance agenda, advocated in the N...

The DRC at 50: Confronting the Challenges of Peace and Territorial Consolidation

"On 30 June 2010 the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) celebrated 50 years of independence from colonial rule. At 50, the country is torn between competing and contradictory internal forces as it tries to negotiate a path towards self understandi...

The Chadian dilemma

This Brief Report deals with the civil war in Chad and growing outside intervention in the conflict. If annexed by Libya, it could become part of the Soviet sphere of influence, and France’s military involvement has led to fears of heightened Fren...

SAIIA Newsletter No. 4, 1972

This newsletter contains five articles by various authors. Dr. W. Pfeiffenberger’s article deals with questions concerning South Africa’s relations with the UN, the competence of the latter according to the UN Charter, the political implication...

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...

Equatorial Guinea

The following review of past and present developments in this small West African state is inspired by recent South African interest manifested in the area. This paper discusses the history and physical feautures of the country and continue to disc...

The Petroleum Sector Should Be Fully Deregulated And Depoliticized In The National Interest

"For more than a decade, a process to deregulate the domestic petroleum sector remains uncompleted. This is because successive Governments have not been able to muster the necessary political courage to implement it fully. At best, the policy has ...

Indigenous Knowledge Systems And Good Governance In Ghana: The Traditional Akan Socio-Political Example

"This paper explores the relationship between aspects of indigenous African political culture and the quest for appropriate principles and practices for Africa's political future. Its main thesis is that some political values of traditional Akan s...

American Helicopters for Rhodesia

In the brief report, SABC TV news reports suggested that American-made helicopters were sold to Rhodesia through an Israeli connection. These caused some speculation and various conflicting reports. Despite all this, the fact remains that the arms...

Response to International Pressure: Realistic Options for the Future

In this brief report, Dr RW Bethlehem says that it is neither possible to talk about international pressure without dealing with domestic issues, nor possible to talk, in present circumstances, about economics without also getting involved in poli...

The 1979 Commonwealth conference: The Triumph of Quiet Diplomacy

The Commonwealth has, in the past two decades, faced several major upheavals which threatened its very existence. The paper gives the groundwork of the major split at the Lusaka Conference. The British conservative Government wanted to lift sancti...

Report of the National Chairman

This report’s introduction comprises of the Change in Southern Africa and how the independence of neighbouring states affected South Africa, the Role of the Institute, Branches of the Institute, Co-operation in Africa and Overseas, Honorary Fellow...

South Africa and U.S Policy

"The conflict in South Africa is for respect, dignity, participation, privilege, human rights, and civil Liberty liberty, as well as access to and the weilding of power in its rawest form. But instead it has been enormously difficult, for South A...

Conflict Trends Issue 4 2003

‘Burundi in 2003: highlights of a 'thorny' road to peace?’ gives a preview of the year 2003 and highlights some of the key attempts undertaken to move to a situation in which peace and stability are not only obtained but sustained. ‘The Machakos P...

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