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South African Institute of International Affairs
12th August 2022 The devastating drought underway in the Horn of Africa, and floods that killed more than 400 people in April 2022 in South Africa, demonstrate the... →
Green hydrogen offers a window to redefine the Africa-Australia and Africa-Australia-Europe partnerships
5th August 2022 Conflict in Europe has fast-forwarded a global race for green hydrogen. Australia was already well-placed, having already begun pursuit of... →
4th August 2022 Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s visit to Africa highlights the need for the development of a continental Russian strategy to avoid... →
1st August 2022 There is a need to transform the underlying economic principles of the economies in Southern African countries to address the persistent challenges... →
25th July 2022 In November 2010, little-known Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping gave a speech in South Africa promoting the creation of "a new type of... →
18th July 2022 It’s a daunting task, but one that must proceed. This was the consensus of civil society movements from across the world, which met recently to... →
13th June 2022 Scientists have calculated that the devastating floods in KwaZulu-Natal earlier this year were made twice as likely by the effects of climate... →
19th May 2022 The effectiveness — or, for that matter, the existence — of Russia's soft power has always been a controversial topic, dividing both academic and... →
28th March 2022 Russian information operations are the first crucial step in many of its pursuits. In Ukraine, it is about painting Kyiv as the aggressor, Moscow... →