SAIIA Reports (1997-2007)

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The SAIIA Report series, published between 1997 and 2007, includes in-depth reports on various topics, ranging from South Africa’s foreign policy to issues of governance and development.

1. INDIA & SOUTH AFRICA: THE SEARCH FOR PARTNERSHIP
(Greg Mills) 1997 (ISBN 1-874890-72-2) (Out of print)

2. US-SOUTH AFRICA RELATIONS AND THE “PARIAH” STATES
(Greg Mills, Thomas J. Callahan, Deon Geldenhuys, Peter Fabricius) (1997) (ISBN: 1-874890-73-0)

3. THE ILLEGAL DRUG TRADE IN SOUTHERN AFRICA
(Glenn Oosthuysen) (1997) (ISBN: 1-874890-75-7)

4. SOUTH & SOUTHERN AFRICA: LESSONS FROM EMERGING MARKETS
(Claudia Mutschler) (1997) (1-874890-74-9)

5. REVISITING SOUTH-SOUTH CO-OPERATION: AN AGENDA FOR THE 1990S
(Talitha Bertelsmann & Claudia Mutschler) (1997) (1-874890-77-3)

6. THE EUROPEAN UNION AND SOUTH AFRICA: REACHING AGREEMENT?
(Talitha Bertlesmann) (1998) (1-874890-78-1)

7. THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF REGIONAL CO-OPERATION: LATIN AMERICAN
EXPERIENCES (Claudia Mutschler) (1998) (1-874890-81-1)

8. THE UNITED STATES AND SOUTH AFRICA IN THE 1990s
(Jim Broderick) (1998) (1-874890-89-7)

9. TOWARDS COST-EFFECTIVE DE-MINING: AN EVALUATION OF EXPERIENCES AND TECHNIQUES
(Laurie H Boulden) (1998) (1-874890-87-0)

10. NON-ALIGNED AGAINST WHAT? SOUTH AFRICA AND THE FUTURE OF THE NON-ALIGNED MOVEMENT
(Antoinette Handley) (1998) (ISBN: 1874890-90-0)

11. TAKING SOUTHERN AFRICA INTO THE 21st CENTURY
(Antoinette Handley & Brian Thabang Thoka) (A report on an International Conference organised by The South African Institute of International Affairs and The United World Colleges) (1998) (1-874890-88-9)

12. THE FOREIGN RELATIONS OF SOUTH AFRICA’S PROVINCES
(Deon Geldenhuys) (1998) (1-874890-92-7)

13. THE SOUTH AFRICAN DEFENCE INDUSTRY AND THE NEW THINKING ON SECURITY
(Agostinho Zacarias) (1998) (1-874890-84-6)

14. THE CRITICAL COMPONENT: PERSONNEL STRATEGIES FOR THE SANDF TO 2000 AND BEYOND.
(James Higgs) (1998) (1-874890-92-7)

15. THE SA-EU TDCA: AN ANALYSIS OF DECISION-MAKING PROCEDURES AND PROCESSES IN SOUTH AFRICA
(Roger Levermore, Richard Gibb and Mark Cleary) (2000) (1-919819-24-2)

16. THE GLOBALISATION OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN POLITICAL ECONOMY
(Rukshana A Siddiqui) (2000) (1-919810-15-3) OUT OF PRINT

17. CRIME AND POLICING IN TRANSITIONS: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
(Mark Shaw) (2000) (1-919810-16-1)

18. TAIWAN, CHINA AND THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION: A NEW ERA IN CROSS-STRAIT RELATIONS
(Greg Mills, William Mabena and Garth Shelton) (2001) (1-919810-32-3)

19. THE IBERIAN CONNECTION: STRATEGIES FOR GROWTH AND CO-OPERATION IN SPANISH-SOUTH AFRICAN RELATIONS
(Tim Hughes and Greg Mills) (2001) (1-919810-36-6)

20. ZIMBABWE BEFORE AND AFTER THE ELECTIONS
(Moeletsi Mbeki, Greg Mills and Fred Phaswana) (2001) (1-919810-39-0)

21. CHILE AND SOUTH AFRICA: LESSONS AND OPPORTUNITIES ARISING FROM POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC TRANSITION
(Greg Mills) (2002) (1-919810-43-9)

22. FROM ANGOLA TO ZIMBABWE: CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND GOVERNANCE IN AFRICA
(Greg Mills and Tim Hughes) (2002) (1-919810-46-3)

23. SOUTH AFRICA-MERCOSUR: LONG PROCESS, LITTLE PROGRESS
(Lyal White) (2002) (1-919810-47-1)

24. POLES APART OR STATES TOGETHER? ISRAEL, SOUTH AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST CRISIS
(Tim Hughes & Greg Mills) (2002) (1-919810-48-X)

25 FROM RIO TO JO’BURG AND BEYOND: THE WORLD SUMMIT ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
(Annelize Schroeder) (2002) (1-919810-52-8)

26. LESSONS FROM TAIWAN: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT, TRADE AND SMEs
(William Mabena, Carin Voges, Monika Glinzler) (2002) (1-919810-51-X)

27. OBSERVER OR PARTICIPANT? THE ROLD OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN ANGOLA
(Neuma Grobbelaar and Elizabeth Sidiropoulos) (2002) (1-919810-57-9)

No. 28: The 2002 Zimbabwe Presidential Election: Analysing the Observations
(Kettaneh G) (2002) (ISBN: 1-919810-54-4)

29. MOROCCO AND SOUTH AFRICA: GLOBALISATION, DEVELOPMENT AND PIVOTAL STATES
(Greg Mills) (2002) (1-919810-58-7)

NOT NUMBERED. PARTNER OR PROBLEM FOR NEPAD?
Reviewing Contemporary Security and the SA National Defence Force
Edmonds M, G Mills and D Williams (No date) (no number)

No. 30: The Zimbabwe Economy: How Has it Survived and How Will it Recover?
Games D (2002)
ISBN: 1-919810-63-3

31. NYET AND THE NOMENKLATURA: SOUTH AFRICA AND SHIPBUILDING IN THE UKRAINE: APPRAISING ECONOMIC, POLITICAL AND MILITARY REFORMS
Greg Mills (2003) (1-919810-62-5)

32. BLAME THE RULERS, NOT THE RAIN: DEMOCRACY AND FOOD SECURITY IN ZAMBIA AND ZIMBABWE Sushant Mukherjee (2002) (1-191969-03-9)

33. ONE STEP FORWARD, TWO STEPS BACK: REFLECTIONS ON SADC’S ORGAN ON POLITICS, DEFENCE AND SECURITY CO-OPERATION
Hussein Solomon and Senzo Ngubane (2002) (1-919969-04-7)

34. DRIVING SACU-MERCOSUR: TRANS-ATLANTIC CO-OPERATION IN THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY
Lyal White (2003) (1-919969-05-55)

35. SOUTH AFRICA – DEFENCE TRANSFORMATION AND NEW SECURITY: PROGRESS AND Prospects
Garth Shelton (Visiting Bradlow Fellow 2002) (2003) (1-919969-07-1)

36. CRIME, POLITICAL TRANSITION AND URBAN TRANSFORMATION IN SOUTH AFRICA AND BRAZIL
Karina Landman (2003) (1-919969-08-X)

37. THE EXPERIENCE OF SOUTH AFRICAN FIRMS DOING BUSINESS IN AFRICA:
A PRELIMINARY SURVEY AND ANALYSIS
Diana Games (out of print)

38. BRIDGING THE GULF? EXPLORING SOUTH AFRICAN TIES WITH THE COUNTRIES OF THE GULF REGION
SAIIA Research Group (2002) (1-919969-03-9)

39. DEFENDING THE STATE OR PROTECTING THE PEOPLE? SADC SECURITY INTEGRATION AT A CROSSROADS
Anne Hammerstad (2003) (1-919969-06-3)

40. CONFLICT IN THE DRC: A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE LUSAKA CEASEFIRE AGREEMENT
Hussein Solomon Visiting Bradlow Fellow 2003 & Gerrie Swart (2004) (1-919969-17-9)

41. REVIEWING GOOD GOVERNANCE TOWARDS A METHODOLOGY FOR THE AFRICAN PEER REVIEW MECHANISM
Rawia Tawfic (Eskom Barratt Rotary Fellow 2003) (2004) (1-919969-19-5)

42. JAPAN AND SOUTH AFRICA: DEEPENING ECONOMIC RELATIONS
Natasha Skidmore(2004) (1-919969-20-9)

43. TAIWANESE DEVELOPMENT AID IN AFRICA
Natasha Skidmore (2004 should be 2004) 1-919969-25-X

No. 44: Truth and Reconciliation Processes: Lessons for Zimbabwe?
Du Plessis M (2004)
ISBN: 1-919969-29-2

45. LEGAL DEMOCRACY & HUMAN SECURITY IN ETHOPIA: STRUCTURAL REASONS FOR THE FAILURE OF DEMOCRATISATION.
Siegfried Pausewang (2004) ISBN: 919669-30-6

46. MUCH ADO ABOUT SOMETHING? ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL OF THE INDIA-BRAZIL-SA FORUM
Peter Draper, Greg Mills & Lyal White (2004) ISBN: 1-919969-01-2

47. TURKEY & SOUTH AFRICA, THE DEVELOPMENT OF RELATIONS 1860-2005
Amb. Tom Wheeler (2005) ISBN: 1-919969-24-1

48. BETWEEN NUKES AND NEGOTIATIONS: EXPLORING THE NORTH KOREAN CRISIS
Analisa Bala and Hussein Solomon (2005) ISBN: 1-919969-27-6

49. IRAN: WILL THE NEW PRESIDENT MAKE A DIFFERENCE? (THE ONGOING BATTLE OF WILLS WITH THE US)
John Sunde (2005) ISBN: 1-919969-39-X

50. NEPAD and HIV/Aids: The Contribution of South African Multinational Companies to the Continental Fight
George Lwanda (2006) ISBN: 1-919969-38-1

51. The European Union and Africa: Developing Partnerships for Peace and Security
Elizabeth Sidiropoulos and Romy Chevallier (2006) ISBN: 1-919969-54-3

52. Creating Incentives for Reform: The EU Accession Process
Elizabeth Sidiropoulos and Mareike Meyn (2006) ISBN: 1-919969-60-8

53. Winds of Change in Latin America: Populism or Progress?
Lyal White (2006) ISBN: 1-919969-01-2

55. Is the State a Victim of Globalisation?
Jean-Francois Bayart (2007) ISBN: 1-919969-01-2

21 Apr 2008