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Somalia: To Intervene or Not 

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      30th July 2010 On 23 July 2010, just before the African Union Summit in Kampala, the AU Commission Chairperson Jean Ping said that he had asked countries such as... 

Currency volatility and overvaluation in the spotlight

By: Terence Creamer     30th July 2010 Greater policy effort to avoid currency overvaluation in South Africa “is warranted”, a newly released Organisation for Economic Cooperation and... 

Build industries, not malls 

By: Seeraj Mohamed     30th July 2010 South Africa is faced with economic policy decisions over the short term that will have a huge impact on the lives of our grandchildren and... 

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Kenya’s Quest for a New Constitution: the Key Constitutional Moments

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      29th July 2010 Kenyans go to the polls on August 4th 2010 to vote on the fate of the proposed new constitution. This will be the second time in recent history... 

South African citizenship and the 2010 Citizenship Amendment Bill  

By: Chris Watters     28th July 2010 The 2010 SA Citizenship Amendment Bill has been tabled in Parliament and the public have been invited to comment on the proposals put forward by... 

Moving Forward on an Arms Trade Treaty

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      28th July 2010 Since 2000, efforts to put in place global mechanisms to control the import, export, transfer and transit of weapons have focused on small arms and... 

Mirroring the Structure of Oppression: Notes on Xenophobia

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      27th July 2010 Two weeks after the end of the 2010 fifa World Cup, the much-anticipated outbreak of xenophobic violence in South Africa has passed with only a few... 

Retraining the Watchdog: A New era for Police Oversight in South Africa? 

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      26th July 2010 On Monday 13 July 2010, the South African parliament released the Independent Police Investigative Directorate Bill for public comment. This Bill... 

The Burundi Electoral Process: A Time to Act

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      23rd July 2010 Only half way through the election calendar and so much seems to have gone wrong with the much talked about elections in Burundi. The process... 

Historic Guinean Poll to be Decided in a Second Round

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      23rd July 2010 On 27 June 2010, Guineans at home and abroad went to the poll to elect one of 24 aspirants as the new President of the Republic. Coming after a... 

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