South African Foreign Policy and African Drivers: Publications

Image: Flickr, Chris Eason
Image: Flickr, Chris Eason

Partnership and Business Development Division Report, IDRC, January 2008

Emerging Donors in International Development Assistance: The South Africa Case
by Wolfe Braude, Pearl Thandrayan, Elizabeth Sidiropoulos

Southern Africa’s Foreign Policy Towards Swaziland and Zimbabwe
by Nandile Ngubentombi
South African Yearbook of International Affairs, 2003/04 (1-919969-27-6)

The Political Economy of Land Reform and Agricultural Developments in Zimbabwe, Namibia and Mozambique
by Beverly Peters
South African Yearbook of International Affairs, 2003/04 (1-919969-27-6)

The Southern African Development Community: An Overview
by Natasha Chhiba
South African Yearbook of International Affairs, 2002/03 (1-919810-61-7)

Relations Among Liberation Movements: SA and Zimbabwe
by Wilfred Mhanda
South African Yearbook of International Affairs, 2002/03 (1-919810-61-7)

Zimbabwe in South Africa’s Foreign Policy: A Zimbabwean View
by Martin Rupiya
South African Yearbook of International Affairs, 2002/03 (1-919810-61-7)

Is Quiet Diplomacy an Effective Conflict Resolution Strategy?
by Kuseni Dlamini
South African Yearbook of International Affairs, 2002/03 (1-919810-61-7)

SADC Elections: Serious Hindrances to Free and Fair Elections Remain
by Claude Kabemba
South African Yearbook of International Affairs, 2002/03 (1-919810-61-7)

The Challenges of Democracy and Democratisation in Southern Africa
by Beverly Peters
South African Yearbook of International Affairs, 2002/03 (1-919810-61-7)

14 May 2008

Region
Sub-Saharan Africa
Country
South Africa
SAIIA Programme
Foreign Policy
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