SAJIA: COP 17 articles and more for free until 16 December 2011

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SAIIA's publishing partner, Routledge of Taylor and Francis Online, is offering free access to area studies journals, including the South African Journal of International Affairs (SAJIA), until 16 December 2011.

SAIIA’s publishing partner, Routledge of Taylor and Francis Online, is offering free access to area studies journals, including the South African Journal of International Affairs (SAJIA), until 16 December 2011. During this time, you will be able to read articles from the entire SAJIA’s online archive, even if you are not a current subscriber. Follow this link to the All Access Area. You will be required to register and then enjoy unlimited access to article downloads.

New articles ahead of COP 17

On 28 November delegates from around the world will meet in the coastal city of Durban, South Africa, for the 17th Conference of the Parties (COP 17) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The new SAIIA journal, Volume 18.3 presents two articles related to the upcoming meeting:

The Rise of BASIC in UN Climate Change Negotiations (SAJIA Volume 18.3, November 2011)
By Xinran Qi

REDD+ and the UNFCCC: Challenges and opportunities for Africa (SAJIA Volume 18.3, November 2011)
By Godwell Nhamo

The previous SAIIA Journal Volume 18.2 presents

Sustaining the African common position on climate change: international organisations, Africa and COP 17 (SAIJA Volume 18.2, August 2011)
By Lesley Masters

For more access to all the articles in SAJIA Volume 18.3, please follow this link.

About the SAJIA:

The South African Journal of International Affairs is a peer-reviewed, vibrant interdisciplinary forum for debate on all foreign policy issues affecting Africa in general or South Africa in particular. Published three times annually and appearing both in print and online, the journal has taken on increasing prominence since its inception in 1993. SAJIA aims to be both analytically rigorous by contributing to the academic discourse on a range of subjects; and practically useful by offering constructive policy recommendations for decision makers in and out of government. The journal has a worldwide readership and reports a substantial annual increase in the rate of full article downloads in the period since it was launched by Routledge of Taylor and Francis online in 2008.

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