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2 May 2016
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28 Apr 2016
 
 
THINK AGAIN: Egypt looks south, finally
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
In early April, King Salman of Saudi Arabia went Cairo on a high-profile visit. He came laden with treasure – specifically, billions of dollars’ worth of trade deals, low-interest loans and grants...
 
 
Freedom Day 2016: South Africa still fraught and divided
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
10 April 1993: all South Africans know where they were when the news broke of Chris Hani’s assassination, just like 27 April 1994 – the day of the first democratic election – will forever be etched...
 
 
26 Apr 2016
 
The word that reignited the Western Sahara debate
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
No issue divides the member states of the African Union (AU) like the dispute over Western Sahara. Also known as the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), this partially recognised state is a...
 
 
25 Apr 2016
 
Linking early warning to early responses
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
In an exclusive interview, Ambassador Fred Ngoga Gateretse, head of the AU’s Early Warning Division, spoke about dealing with problems before they turn into full-scale conflict. There are various...
 
 
The ConCourt has done its work, but SA politics remain messy
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
Since the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) judgment on the Nkandla matter, South Africans have heard many strange and wonderful interpretations of the judgment itself. The first, of course, is that...
 
 
21 Apr 2016
 
Switch off the lights, we're voting
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
Cameroonian journalist Richard Onanena’s recent trip to neighbouring Chad to cover the first round of elections on 10 April was a harrowing experience. Due to the restrictions on communications...
 
 
20 Apr 2016
 
THINK AGAIN: In adversity there is opportunity for the International Criminal Court
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
On 4 April, the International Criminal Court (ICC) suffered the most significant setback in its nearly 14 years of existence. In a majority decision, judges terminated the case against Kenyan...
 
 
19 Apr 2016
 
Why does SA's elite corruption-busting agency suffer from a credibility problem?
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
It’s a simple question: can the South African Police Service’s (SAPS) Directorate for Priority Crime Investigations (DPCI), or the Hawks, as they are more popularly known, be trusted to carry out...
 
 
 
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