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Hegemonic order and regional stability in Sub-Saharan Africa : a comparative study of Nigeria and South Africa.
Barely twenty years after the end of the Cold War, the international political system has experienced an unanticipated shift from a United States (US) led unipolar global order to a new order marked by its fresh wave of ...
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 ...
Regional conflicts and policy shifts in the post-apartheid era : impact of domestic politics on South Africa's foreign policy.
Despite its rhetoric about prioritising Africa and the need for an African Renaissance, South Africa's leadership is severely constrained by domestic political factors in its ability to engage and lead the continent. To ...