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Between scylla and charybdis : South Africa's foreign policy dilemma in Southern Africa.
Africa is at the cross roads as it redefines itself within a new framework of political and economic linkages. The terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 in the United States illustrate both the dangers of reckless foreign ...
South African foreign policy in a post-apartheid, post-cold war era : a case of human rights versus national economic interests.
The clash between South Africa's dual need of a new political identity and economic viability reflects not only the difficulty in conducting a traditional foreign policy with a strong ideological overlay but also has ...