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30 September 2014
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26 Sep 2014
 
 
Obama's ISIS gambit for dangerous times and dangerous people
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
It has been nearly six years since Vice President Dick Cheney left Washington when the Bush administration ended. This past week, Cheney offered a stinging rebuttal of President Barack Obama’s...
 
 
25 Sep 2014
 
Exaggerating instead of containing: Obama and the Islamic State
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
In response to its beheading of two US journalists and the havoc the Islamic State group (IS) has created in the Syrian and Iraqi region, US president Barack Obama recently laid out his vision for...
 
 
10 Sep 2014
 
Lesotho after Pretoria: More Questions than Answers as Leaders Continue to Dance Close to the Flame
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
More than a week has now passed since the ostensible coup attempt of 29 August in Lesotho. This was sold officially as an operation to neutralise elements within the Lesotho Mounted Police Service...
 
 
18 Aug 2014
 
SADC leaders must show zeal
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
The heads of state and government of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) members are ensconced in the resort town of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. This is for the annual summit of the...
 
 
15 Aug 2014
 
South Africa: Closer Government and Industry Engagement the Key to Beneficiation
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
The 2014 South African Mining Lekgotla convenes in Johannesburg, on 13-14 August. This comes against the backdrop of unresolved challenges in the mining sector, including the recent protracted...
 
 
13 Aug 2014
 
Synthetic Diamonds and the Kimberly Process – Fighting the last war
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
For well over a decade, a unique, but flawed global governance initiative, the Kimberley Process, has sought to assure customers that the high prices that they pay for diamonds - stones sold as...
 
 
12 Aug 2014
 
The future of the platinum industry and its implications for South Africa
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
At this week’s Mining Lekgotla (13-14 August 2014), the future of the currently suppressed platinum industry is likely to be a key agenda item. Whether fuel cell technology takes off is a critical...
 
 
11 Aug 2014
 
Africa must also lobby US Congress on trade law
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
This week African leaders have descended on Washington, DC for the first ever US-Africa Leaders Summit. African leaders are expected to arrive with a long list of items to address with President...
 
 
 
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