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Implications of violent tensions in Ivory Coast: Projected refugee crisis in Liberia

By: In On Africa IOA     21st January 2011 Democracy in the form of electoral process has been effective in most Western states. However, most African states have not seen the effectiveness... 

Govts must carefully manage global integration in today’s uncertain world

By: Seeraj Mohamed     21st January 2011 We enter 2011 with much global economic uncertainty. South Africans should consider the country's economic policies and activities within the... 

Tensions on the Korean Peninsula: What this means for Africa

By: In On Africa IOA     19th January 2011 In July 1953, the Korean Armistice was signed, effectively ending the three-year war on the peninsula. However, since no peace treaty was ever... 

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BRIC gets built up: South Africa’s inclusion and China’s response

By: In On Africa IOA     18th January 2011 The end of 2010 and beginning of 2011 have seen South Africa busy on the world stage. The country has joined two of the foremost organisations in... 

South Africa and the Commonwealth: A historical allegiance or catalyst for change?

By: In On Africa IOA     17th January 2011 The Commonwealth of Nations, commonly referred to as the Commonwealth is defined as “a voluntary association of independent sovereign states... 

South Africa joins Bric

By: Denis Worrall     14th January 2011 International reactions to China and Russia's invitation to South Africa to join the BRIC group of countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China) have... 

2011 – another year of global economic uncertainty

By: Seeraj Mohamed     14th January 2011 The year 2010 sped past at a high speed. We still have not recovered from the global financial and economic crises and the sovereign debt crises... 

The impact of China’s presence in the Horn of Africa: Human rights, oil and weapons

By: In On Africa IOA     11th January 2011 In recent years, China has strengthened its economic ties with Africa through colossal investment in natural resources extraction, oil,... 

Millennium Development Goals: The ‘absolute’ and ‘relative’ progress of African nations

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th January 2011 Ten years after the Millennium Declaration took effect, the international community reviewed its progress, setbacks and lessons learned. The... 

African Election Review

6th January 2011 The pre-election section of this month’s CAI Election Review examines the forthcoming second round of the election for the President of the Union... 

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