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Institute for Security Studies
Swazi government's prayers answered
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 17th May 2013 The African National Congress (ANC) issued a statement earlier this month saying that ‘the democratization of Swaziland must preoccupy the work of... →
The Guptagate scandal in the broader context of political accountability
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 16th May 2013 'Guptagate', as the media have dubbed the controversial circumstances surrounding the recent Gupta wedding in South Africa, is but the latest... →
Clamping down on corruption in Africa's extractive industries
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 15th May 2013 How to better utilise the wealth from Africa’s non-renewable resources – oil, gas and minerals – to eradicate poverty in Africa? This was one of... →
Spare the rod: why we need to stop corporal punishment
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 14th May 2013 The results of the National School Violence Study (NCVS) of 2012 tell us at least one important thing: South Africa is not making progress in... →
Significance of the Boston marathon bombing for counter-terrorism in Africa
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 13th May 2013 On Monday, 15 April 2013, two young American brothers of Chechen origin allegedly detonated two homemade bombs in pressure cookers, just meters... →
Is Goodluck Jonathan failing to resist the West in Africa, or working with it?
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 10th May 2013 One of the most revealing moments of Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan’s state visit to South Africa this week was when Nigerian billionaire... →
Like Botswana, more countries should take steps to tackle the crime of aggression
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 9th May 2013 On Monday 15 April, Botswana became the first African country to sign and ratify amendments to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court... →
Although Africa's peace and security regime is promising, serious challenges remain
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 6th May 2013 One of the ambitions of pan-Africanism is the realisation of what Ali Mazrui, the renowned Kenyan political scientist, called Pax Africana, a peace... →
Are we seeing the emergence of a new 'Zuma doctrine' on Africa?
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 3rd May 2013 South Africa would ‘never say no’ when called upon to end strife in Africa, International Relations and Cooperation Minister MaiteNkoana-Mashabane... →
The wheels of international criminal justice grind slowly for Hissène Habré
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 2nd May 2013 Hissène Habré was the president of Chad from 1982 until he was deposed in 1990. He has been living in exile in Senegal since 1990. He was indicted... →