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South Africa's foreign policy towards Africa, 1994-2010: partner or hegemon
(University of the Free State, 2011)
As part of post-war developments and the new political dispensation after a regime change in 1994, South Africa regained its international stature on the continent and further afield. Based on its phenomenal political ...
Continuity and change: an evaluation of the democracy-foreign policy nexus in post-apartheid South Africa
(Faculty of the Humanities, University of the Free State, 2010-09)
If foreign policy is viewed as an “intermestic” arena where the external meets the internal, then it becomes possible to see how internal domestic factors drive foreign policy making. In this context the democracy-foreign ...
The SANDF as an instrument for peacekeeping in Africa: a critical analysis of three main challenges
(Faculty of the Humanities, University of the Free State, 2011)
Under former President Thabo Mbeki South Africa started to play a salient leadership role in Africa and this role continues under President Jacob Zuma. In this context the SANDF has been and is still expected to be militarily ...
China and India’s foreign policy interests in Africa: partners in development or national self-interest?
(University of the Free State, 2015-02-02)
English: This study explores whether the relationship which China and India forged with Africa on their own terms, is mutually beneficial or whether it is selfish, one-sided and therefore largely beneficial to Chinese and ...
Continuity and change in China's foreign policy towards Africa: the cases of the two Sudans, the DRC and Nigeria
(University of the Free State, 2018-12)
The relationship between China and the African continent dates back to the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) but has grown rapidly and intensely from the early 1990s. This study provides significant insight to the relationship ...