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South African Institute of International Affairs
Climate change: A race we must win
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 20th September 2019 The timing of the Climate Action Summit later this week, only three months before the annual meeting of the United Nations Framework Convention on... →
Robert Mugabe’s journey from freedom fighter to oppressor
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 11th September 2019 During a trip to Harare a few years ago, I met with local officials and businesspeople, chatting with them in their offices, in hotel lobbies, and... →
SAIIA strongly condemns xenophobic attacks, calls for leaders to ‘step up to the plate’
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 5th September 2019 South Africans like to repeat a saying that is supposed to encompass the country’s philosophy and behaviour: ‘Umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu’, or a... →
Old flag debate is a symptom of a deeper malaise
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 28th August 2019 It has taken South Africa 25 years to put its foot down on the display of the apartheid flag. Like all political symbols, this flag represents more... →
Synchronicity for Africa and the G7
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 23rd August 2019 Engagement with Africa requires facing up to inequalities that erode growth and development. We call for a harmonised approach for deeper, more... →
G20: Where are leaders when you need them?
By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies 20th August 2019 The G20 sees its role as providing a rudder guiding the global economy through choppy seas. The seas have been rougher this year, churned up by the... →
How Africa measures up on governance
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 19th August 2019 Data on governance, like any other official statistics, are a public good and should be accessible to all. Otherwise, the true scale of violence,... →
‘African states among most innovative in measuring & reporting on SDG 16’
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 10th July 2019 African states are among the most innovative and committed countries in measuring and reporting on the UN’s Governance Goal (Sustainable... →
The Osaka G20 Summit and Africa
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 1st July 2019 G20 leaders meeting in Osaka on June 28 and and June 29 may be wondering whether the planned agenda will be overtaken by rapidly unfolding events... →
Africa and G20: Not just development
By: South African Institute of International Affairs 1st July 2019 As the world’s premier forum on international economic governance, the G20 plays an important role in global rule-making. Born out of crisis, the... →