South Africa's Post Apartheid Foreign Policy (häftad)
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Oxford University Press Inc
Pere, Garth Le
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South Africa's Post Apartheid Foreign Policy (häftad)

South Africa's Post Apartheid Foreign Policy

From Reconciliation to Revival?

Häftad Engelska, 2004-01-01
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The book presents and analyses South African foreign policy, from the onset of the democratic transition of Nelson Mandela in 1994 to the contemporary period. The focus of the study is on the question of South African leadership in the context of this transition.
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Chris Alden is a Senior Lecturer in the International Relations Department at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has previously worked at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg and Emmanuel College, Massachusetts. Garth le Pere is Executive Director of the Institute for Global Dialogue, in Johannesburg. Before this he held academic posts in the United States. He has also held appointments as a researcher in local government (Urban Foundation), senior industrial relations officer (Anglo American Corporation), executive director (United States-South Africa Leadership Exchange Programme), and public administration consultant (New York City Administration).


INTRODUCTION; 1. Mandela and the Foreign Policy of Transition; Constructing a new foreign policy; Transforming the instruments of foreign policy; Problems of implementation; Transformation and apartheid's legacies; 2. Mbeki and the Foregn Policy of Consolidation; Reconfiguring foregn policy; Decision-making structures: the changing bureaucratic context; The new system in operation: the enhanced presidency and the conduct of international relations; Assessing the foreign policy of consolidation; 3. South Africa, SADC and the Great Lakes Region: the Challenge of Conflict; Keeping SADC united; Working to resolve institutional problems; South Africa and the arc of crisis; Angola; Congo; Zimbabwe; Barundi; Engagement and disillusionment; 4. South Africa, Africa and the South: Leadership and Revival; South Africa and Southern Africa; Reflecting the positive: South Africa as a regional pivot; Reflecting the negative: tensions within SADC; South Africa and the African continent; Overhauling the OAU; South Africa and the south; Assessing South African leadership of Africa and the South; CONCLUSION; South Africa and the Future; NOTES