Volume 23.1, is now available. This issue includes articles on topics such as the impact of the diplomacy of cities and other sub-state actors on international development; the record of the African Union and the Responsibility To Protect doctrine in the post-Côte d’Ivoire period; shale gas production regulation in South Africa; and calls for a new development paradigm in the global South based on a ‘decolonial’ orientation, in which Ubuntu and ‘living well’ would be prioritised.
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Published by Taylor and Francis, the contents of this issue are:
- Sub-state diplomacy and the foreign policy-development nexus in South Africa, by Fritz Nganje
- African Solutions to African Problems? The AU, R2P and Côte d’Ivoire, by Ella Abatan and Yolanda Spies
- ‘New friends, easier partners and bigger brothers’: The influence of the emerging powers on agriculture and food security in Malawi, by Tom De Bruyn
- The governance of shale gas production in South Africa, by Geoffrey Chapman, Requier Wait and Ewert Kleynhans
- Defence cooperation between Brazil and Namibia: Enduring ties across the South Atlantic, by Pedro Seabra
- Ubuntu and Sumak Kawsay: The Inter-Parliamentary Union and the search for a global South humanist paradigm of development, by Siphamandla Zondi
- Thieves of State: Why Corruption Threatens Global Security by Sarah Chayes, by Vinothan Naidoo
- Worldmaking: The Art and Science of American Diplomacy by David Milne, by Jacob Kurtzer
- Magnificent and Begger Land: Angola since the civil War by Ricardo Soares de Oliveira, by Sylvia Croese
- The New Scramble for Africa? The rush for energy resources in sub-saharan Africa by Oren Scholvin, by Jeremy Wakeford
- The Mediator: A Biography of Martti Ahtisaari by K Marikallio and T Ruokanen, by Chris Saunders
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