Strategic Review for Southern Africa

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

Articles from Vol. 29, No. 1, May

Ad Hoc Publications/publikasies
Selected documents and commentaries on negotiations and constitutional development in the RSA: 1989-1994, M Hough and A du Plessis, ISBN 0-86979-956-8, 248 pages, Ad Hoc No 31, July 1994. Price: R25/US$20. Africa: Selected documents on political,...
South Africa's Space Programme: Past and Present
ABSTRACT This article will examine the evolution of South Africa's space programme, from its origins in the security concerns of the apartheid government to the developmental ambitions of the contemporary government. It will investigate the links...
Strategic Culture: Comparing Progress in the European Union and the Southern African Development Community
ABSTRACT A parallel development to the dominant state-centered paradigm of strategic culture is the salience of regional organisations such as the European Union and the Southern African Development Community. After the Cold War the European Union...
Terrorism, Public Policy and Democracy in South Africa
ABSTRACT The democratic government of South Africa, after 1994, formulated a new official policy on terrorism. Stemming from this policy it undertook an overall review of security legislation, and promulgated a comprehensive counter-terrorism law,...
The Context and Determinants of South Africa's New Role in the United Nations
ABSTRACT In January 2007 South Africa joined the United Nations Security Council as a non-permanent member and during March the country assumed the rotating chairmanship of the Council. After a string of votes blocking the inclusion of grave human...
The Role of Intelligence in Countering Terrorism and Insurgency
ABSTRACT Operations to counter terrorism and insurgency depend largely on timely accurate intelligence. In order to gain such intelligence it is essential that the various intelligence agencies co-operate effectively irrespective of which objectives...