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30 October 2014
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29 Oct 2014
 
 
RENAMO’s gambit – forcing the issue after the Mozambique 2014 Elections
South African Institute of International Affairs
Sociologist Robert K Merton’s ‘Law of Unintended Consequences’ is the observable phenomenon of purposeful actions having unexpected results, most often negative ones. Mozambique’s 2014 elections...
 
 
23 Oct 2014
 
South Africa and China: building bridges to beneficiation
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
The announcement of a joint agreement between the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) and Hebei Iron and Steel Group to open a steel mill in Phalaborwa could signal a new stage in the...
 
 
21 Oct 2014
 
Do African Union governance reviews work?
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Does being an active member of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), the instrument adopted by the African Union to improve the quality of governance across the continent, help a country...
 
 
17 Oct 2014
 
Global Eradication of Poverty Day: What can regional associations do?
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
The 2014 Commemoration of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, to be held on Friday 17 October, focuses on the theme: Leave no one behind: think, decide and act together against...
 
 
15 Oct 2014
 
What are Mozambique's prospects for peace?
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
On 15 October 2014 Mozambicans go to the polls to vote in the fifth round of democratic elections to be held in the country since they first took place in 1994. Twenty years after this watershed...
 
 
14 Oct 2014
 
Mining as an ally in preserving Botswana’s Okavango Delta?
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Understandably, the mining industry is not perceived as a bastion of environmental preservation. That many of the world’s minerals and hydrocarbons are found in pristine environments is an...
 
 
13 Oct 2014
 
Addressing vulnerability and promoting security: Views from Africa
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Sub-Saharan Africa is decidedly heterogeneous when it comes to the interests and normative underpinnings that frame each country's interpretation of the notion of security, not to mention the...
 
 
10 Oct 2014
 
Maintaining the ecological integrity of Botswana’s Okavango Delta
SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
In June 2014 Botswana’s Okavango Delta was enlisted as the 1000th UNESCO World Heritage Site – a status that underscores the Delta’s global ecological significance and highlights the need to...
 
 
 
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