South Africa’s Stake in Biden’s Success

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You are invited to our Western Cape branch webinar on South Africa’s stake in Biden’s success with Professor John Stremlau.

John Stremlau is Honorary Professor, International Relations, at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa.

He served from January 2006 until January 2015 as vice president for peace programmes at The Carter Center, where he oversaw the Center’s programmes to advance human rights, democracy, and conflict resolution globally; regional cooperation in the Americas; and promotion of grassroots democracy, rule of law, and social justice in China.

From 1998 to 2006, he resided in South Africa where he was Jan Smuts Professor, Head of the International Relations Department, and the founding director of the Centre for Africa’s International Relations at the University of the Witwatersrand.

Previously, he served as senior adviser to the Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict in Washington, DC (1994-1998), deputy director for policy planning in the office of the US Secretary of State (1989-1994), strategic planning officer for the World Bank (1988-1989), and an officer of the Rockefeller Foundation (1974-1987), directing its international relations division from 1984-1987.

At the Rockefeller Foundation, his responsibilities included supporting research and training in the fields of international security, arms control and international economic cooperation. He also administered a special trustee-supported programme to fund black leadership development in South Africa.

Dr Stremlau publishes extensively on foreign affairs and is a frequent media commentator on international network news programmes. He authored “The International Politics of the Nigerian Civil War” and has edited several books.

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7 April 2021
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