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Institute for Security Studies
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 17th November 2010 The highly complex trial of Nigerian terror suspect Henry Okah is testing the efficacy of the South Africa's criminal justice system and its... →
Outcomes of the G20 Summit: A Litmus Test for the Future of the G2O and the Search for ‘Seoul mates'
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 15th November 2010 The recent G20 summit, held in Seoul on 11 and 12 November 2010, took place amid concerns that sharp divisions over currency and trade policies,... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 11th November 2010 In his 1998 book about the Rwandan genocide, We wish to inform you that tomorrow we will be killed with our families, Philip Gourevitch wrote... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 8th November 2010 The 11th July 2010 Kampala bombings and the subsequent investigations have again highlighted the complexities of fighting crime while at the same... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 2nd November 2010 On 27 October 2010 the South African Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan, presented his Medium Term Budget Policy (MTBP) to the South African... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 29th October 2010 "Tomorrow Europe might no longer be European, and even black, as there are millions who want to come in," said Col. Muammar Gaddafi of the Great... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 27th October 2010 After three months of intensive election campaigns, Tanzanians will be casting their votes on the 31st of October 2010 to elect the President,... →
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 26th October 2010 Ending months of speculation and uncertainty, the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC) ordered a resumption of proceedings in... →