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Towards an outcomes-based policy evaluation framework in South Africa.
This is a qualitative research study undertaken to explore the extent to which Evidence based and Results based management approaches are being applied in SA in the area of public policy, with the aim of improving policy ...
Kenya's power-sharing agreement, 2008 : a consociational formula?
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Gender equality in South African higher education institutions : assessing determinants of policy failure. A case study on the University of KwaZulu-Natal (Howard College)
Gender equality barriers today are less obvious and more subtle than ever before and in some instance go undetected. Despite evidence of women‘s success and proven abilities, a high proportion of suitably qualified and ...
The impact of NATO interverntion in Kosovo and the changing rules of international humanitarian intervention.
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The AU and ICC's disagreement over the 2007/8 Kenya's post-election violence : a challenge to post conflict reconstruction in Africa.
Ever since the unprecedented post-election violence that rocked Kenya in 2007/8, a lot of ink has been poured in explaining its causes and how to avert future recurrence of similar violence in Kenya. To-date, many commentators ...
Globalization, sustainable democracy and deregulation in Nigeria : a case study of the downstream oil sector.
The collapse of communism in the Soviet Union in the late 1980s signified an end to organized impediments to the spread of globalization and this invariably led to the triumph of liberal democracy as the promoter of good ...
Polarity in contemporary international politics : a uni-interpolar order?.
Reference to the structural impact of the emergence and resurgence of new and old great powers in international politics is common in the literature on international politics. This study has attempted to explore this subject ...
War and alliances : the transformative roles of external actors in the Somali conflict.
The Somali conflict is not completely driven by internal factors and not prosecuted entirely by internal actors. Significant involvements, interventions and varying forms of alliances of external and internal actors ...
Exploring institutional capacity of the State to facilitate economic development in Nigeria : lessons from Malaysia.
This research appraises the connexion between the institutional state and economic performance (growth and development) while focusing on the countries of Malaysia and Nigeria. The largely explorative study takes cue from ...
The politics of human trafficking in South Africa : a case study of the KwaZulu-Natal intersectoral task team and South African counter-trafficking governance.
Human trafficking is a complex phenomenon which obviates simple solutions. Although this is acknowledged in the literature and amongst anti-trafficking practitioners and policymakers, the existence of a dominant discourse ...