Strategic Review for Southern Africa

Strategic Review for Southern Africa is a magazine specializing in Defense topics.

Articles from Vol. 28, No. 2, November

Deterring (or Preventing) Crime: Sector Policing and Visible Policing in South Africa
ABSTRACT This article assesses developments in policing in South Africa over the last decade. Particular attention is given to the confusion that exists with the interpretation of the Constitutional provisions regarding the police's role, especially...
Recent Publications/resente Publikasies
(A complete list of ISSUP publications is available on request/ 'n Volledige lys van ISSUP-publikasies is op aanvraag beskikbaar) Contact: The Director Institute for Strategic Studies University of Pretoria PRETORIA 0002 SOUTH AFRICA...
The Concept of a National Security Strategy: The Case of the United States and South Africa
ABSTRACT During 2005 it was announced that an interdepartmental initiative to formulate a national security strategy for South Africa would be launched, with the National Intelligence Co-ordinating Committee as lead department. This had not been...
The Multilateralisation of Policing in South Africa
ABSTRACT Security implies a stable, relatively predictable environment in which an individual or group may pursue their ends without disruption or harm, and without fear of such disturbance or injury. Services rendered by the security industry are...
The Revolution in Military Affairs in South African Defence Policy
ABSTRACT The Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA) is increasingly informing military modernisation around the world. Despite the absence of an overarching RMA-based plan in South Africa, there are incidences where elements of the RMA have been taken...
The South African Military Academy: A Time for Debate and Change
ABSTRACT The article explores the need for change and debate about change at the South African Military Academy in order to optimise the education of officers for the South African National Defence Force. A number of proposals are made, including...