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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 …

Communicating Policy Reforms: Between the Government, the Press and the People

"Communication is critical for successful implementation of policy reforms. It has also been established that although the media is there for government to employ to change the behavior of the people in order to accept and make reforms successful, g…

Agenda Setting Unpacked: A Review of Zimbabwe's Approach to Reporting during COVID-19

The right to freedom of information is highly sought after by media practitioners. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought about many changes for journalists and their ability to freely disseminate information related to it. In countries such as …

Les Gabonais Demandent plus de Liberté D’expression, Mais pas pour le Président / Gabonese Call for more Freedom of Expression, but not to Criticise the President

Gabon, a democratic country since the early 1990s, is like many African countries whose democracy is sometimes limited to the simple holding of regular elections. Yet we know that the strength of liberal democracy lies in the fact that it gives the …

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