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South African Institute of International Affairs

The SA-EU Strategic Partnership Summit: correcting the compass needle

15th November 2018 South Africa and the European Union will meet on 15 November in Brussels for the seventh Summit of the SA-EU Strategic Partnership. It is a... 

We need a flexible world order

26th October 2018 A geopolitical transition is underway. The post-1945 liberal world order is fracturing and failing to deliver on critical global public goods such... 

Here’s how SA can tackle homelessness

15th October 2018 A walk through Johannesburg’s metropolitan area highlights the glaring reality of homelessness in South Africa. Reasons for why and how people... 


Mandela and military force: the moment dictated the means

5th October 2018 In the winter of 1998 Lesotho was roiled by protests after a controversial election. Frustrated opposition parties, which won only a single... 

Reviving regional momentum

24th August 2018 Following the 38th Southern African Development Community (SADC) Summit which took place on 17-18 August 2018 in Namibia, questions around the... 

South Africa’s role in the lion bone trade: a neglected story

23rd August 2018 Africa’s wild lion population is estimated to be between 20,000 and 30,000. Researchers have good reason to believe that the real number is closer... 

Anticipation builds around Zimbabwe’s elections

2nd July 2018 President Emmerson Mnangagwa literally looms large above the bustling streets of Harare: his smiling face beams down from giant billboards all over... 

Environmental activism is not a whites-only issue

28th June 2018 During a conference last year, I enthusiastically attended all the sessions, from good governance to peace and reconciliation, and human rights.... 

Who leads Africa?

28th May 2018 Pan-Africanism – the liberation of Africans through regional cohesion and solidarity – has played a crucial role in shaping the continent’s... 

Strengthening Africa-Europe ties in the city of dragons

24th May 2018 Slovenia’s capital city Ljubljana – with a population of just 250,000 – is symbolised by dragons and is one of the greenest cities in Europe.... 

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