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The G-20 and Africa: A Critical Assessment

"The increased globalisation over the last 20 years has made effective global economic governance more important than ever. This period has witnessed the rise of a number of new international governance actors, such as the Group of Twenty (G-20) a…

eAfrica: The Electronic Journal of Governance and Innovation, Vol 2

This edition of eAfrica begins with an article on the influence of governance on sovereignty. The article entitled: The emboldened triangle covers the aspirations of India, Brazil and South Africa to converge in a Southern pact to rival Northern dom…

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, speeche…

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 7, no. 1, 1983

“In this issue Professor John Barratt and Professor Gerald Bender wrote articles on Namibia and Angola which pointed to some of the divergent assumptions and perceptions which bedevil the current outlook for the region and for Namibian independence …

Most Swazis say Free Cross-border Movement Desirable but not yet a Reality

"Results of the Afrobarometer survey show that most Swazis support free movement across international borders for trade and work, but their experience suggests that in fact crossing borders is difficult. While a substantial proportion of the populat…

South Sudan: A Framework for International Cooperation

This article discusses the way in which regional and international action can end the current crisis in South Sudan. It further states that a partnership is needed between the government and the international community to strengthen collective capac…

No 'Military Occupation' in Saharan Provinces

The word ‘occupation’ was used twice specifically to the Saharan Provinces in UN General Assembly resolutions in 1979 and 1980. Though the word has not been used by the General Assembly since, it has appeared in court rulings in the EU, the UK and S…

Rebuilding Constitutionalism and Rule of Law in Zimbabwe

On March 16, 2013, following a nationwide referendum which saw a turnout of more than half of those eligible to vote (3.3 million), a new draft constitution for Zimbabwe was approved by an overwhelming majority (95%) of participants. The document pr…

Time for International Re-engagement in Western Sahara

The long-dormant conflict between Morocco and the Polisario Front over the disputed Western Sahara territory is showing troubling signs of life. A Polisario blockade of a key artery in the UN-monitored buffer zone triggered a Moroccan military respo…

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