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Transitional politics in South Africa: From confrontation to democracy

"This paper is concerned with the politics of transition in South Africa, which is defined as the movement away from apartheid and minority domination towards some form of democracy. This movement is characterised by a process of phased negotiatio...

Rhodesia: Quo Vadis?

The document starts by giving background on Rhodesia’s past from 1922 until the present, then discusses its present and possible future. The author believes that it is in the best interests of all Rhodesians to reach an agreement with the British ...

The United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUC): Experiences and Lessons

"A plethora of tasks remain ahead for the Congo – and for the UN and the international community. A number of these tasks are left over from the transition: establishing a capable, responsible army and civilian police force; justice reform, includ...

Disarmament and the Transition in Burundi: How Soon?

"This paper assesses the situation in Burundi with the focus on disarmament initiatives in the period to the end of 2004. In order to elucidate the complexities involved in the disarmament process, which mirror those of the entire peace process...

Interdependence and transition: the cases of South Africa and Northern Ireland

Professor Adrian Guelke in his lecture compare the Northern Ireland situation with the South African situation. In both societies parallel lines can be found with regard to political boundaries, racism and democracy. The position of the Protestant...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 10, no. 1, 1986

This International Affairs Bulletin contains articles by various authors as well as book reviews. The first article by Gail Lapidus describes Soviet society the midst of a major transition whose outcome remains uncertain. It focuses on the soci...

The State of the Media in the Democratic Republic of Congo

"This paper provides an overview of the state of the media in the DRC and the role it is playing in the current transition. What has emanated from this study is that the media in the DRC is faced with serious challenges. Its contribution to the ...

Partnering for Sustainable Peace in Liberia

This paper first analyzes Liberia’s national frameworks relevant to peace building and then examines the engagements of multiple peace building actors in Liberia, with a particular focus on the roles of African regional, sub regional and bilateral...

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