Apartheid Past, Renaissance Future: South Africa’s Foreign Policy 1994-2004

Image: Flickr, UNIS Vienna
Image: Flickr, UNIS Vienna

This volume seeks to document the path South Africa has followed on the world stage since 1994. It brings together different views on the whole spectrum of what constitutes foreign policy today.

It maps the road that South Africa has chosen on issues ranging from traditional diplomacy to trade, from military engagement to the role of civil society in foreign policy-making. It seeks to inform and spark debate on the foreign policy route that South Africa has chosen.

‘The South African Institute of International Affairs is one of the foremost think-tanks on foreign policy in South Africa – and the oldest, celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2004. Its research and analysis on South African foreign policy and the impact of global developments on the country and the continent have enriched the debate on international affairs and about the role South Africa should be playing.’
— Nelson Mandela 

17 Apr 2008
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Publisher
SAIIA – Funded by Konrad Adenauer Foundation
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Price: R150
Region
Sub-Saharan Africa
Country
South Africa
SAIIA Programme
Foreign Policy
Tags
Apartheid, Civil Society, Foreign Policy
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