Strategic Review for Southern Africa

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

Articles from Vol. 30, No. 2, November

Attacks on Foreigners in South Africa: More Than Just Xenophobia?
On 11 May 2008, violent attacks against non-citizens began in Alexandra before spreading rapidly across Gauteng and then elsewhere in the country. This article explains what helped translate long-term concerns over people's physical and economic insecurity...
Defence Diplomacy: Conceptual and Practical Dimensions with Specific Reference to South Africa
ABSTRACT This article explores defence diplomacy with reference to South Africa. Although the use of military means for diplomatic purposes is an established practice in South Africa, it is argued that as defence foreign relations, South African...
Population Growth: Its Effect on Human Security with Emphasis on South Africa
ABSTRACT As early as the 1960s a number of demographers warned that the world was fast becoming over-populated. They held international conferences to highlight the problem, and attempted to get the attention of world bodies like the United Nations,...
Recent Publications/resente Publikasies
(A complete list of ISSUP publications is available on request/ 'n Volledige lys van ISSUP-publikasies is op aanvraag beskikbaar) AD HOC PUBLICATIONS/PUBLIKASIES Selected documents and commentaries on negotiations and constitutional development...
The Extent and Security Implications of Money Laundering in South Africa
ABSTRACT Money laundering presents challenges to legislators, both in South Africa and globally, considering that its use ranges from criminal syndicates profiting from criminal activities, to financiers of terrorist activities. By using South Africa...
Transfer of Arms to Conflict Areas: South Africa's Responsibilities
ABSTRACT In May 2008 a consignment of conventional weapons destined for Zimbabwe arrived in the Durban harbour. The official authorisation for the transfer of the consignment over South African territory to Zimbabwe was interdicted by the dock workers'...