SAIIA Podcast Episode 7: SAIIA’s South African and Foreign Policy Drivers Programme (SAFPAD) researchers Lisa Otto and Aditi Lalbahadur discuss the foreign policy impact of Mozambique’s resource boom following a recent research trip to the country

11 May 2012: Mozambique is on the cusp of a resource boom that is likely to revolutionise the way in which it deals with both its traditional partners and issues emerging in the region.

SAIIA’s South African Foreign Policy and African Drivers Programme (SAFPAD) team recently undertook field research in the country to better understand what drives Mozambican foreign policy and to assess how the natural resources boom could impact on its relations with regional and global actors.

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[Duration: 05min 43sec]

10 May 2012

Video Creator
Chevon Erasmus Porter/SAIIA
Country
Mozambique
SAIIA Programme
Foreign Policy

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