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The South African Institute of International Affairs
The accession into the European Union (EU) of 10 new members, mainly from eastern Europe, brings with it economic, social and institutional challenges for the new member states as well as for the 15Expand
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South Africa's Emerging Soft Power
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Education for sustainability in business education programs: a question of value
Abstract This paper posits that sustainability is essentially a question of value, a notion that is situated within the context of an individual, organisational and community perspective. Each personExpand
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South African foreign policy in the post-Mbeki period
President Thabo Mbeki's resignation in September 2008 six months before the expected end of his term was triggered by the recall issued by the ANC National Executive Committee. It is highly unlikelyExpand
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Leveraging South–South cooperation for Africa's development
Optimising the development opportunities presented by emerging powers' growing interest in trade, investment and diplomatic engagement in Africa seems a priority for the continent in the context of aExpand
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African Regional Powers: The Foreign Policy of South Africa
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Development Cooperation and Emerging Powers: New Partners or Old Patterns
* Foreword by Jomo Kwame Sundaram * Introduction - Elizabeth Sidiropoulos, Thomas Fues, Sachin Chaturvedi * Part One: South-South cooperation ** 1. Development cooperation: contours, evolution andExpand
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Africa-China-EU Cooperation in Africa : Prospects and Pitfalls
Africa-China-EU cooperation is still in its formative stages. It has the express focus of contributing to peace, stability and sustainable development in Africa. The creation of a virtuous circle ofExpand
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