Strategic Review for Southern Africa

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

Articles from Vol. 31, No. 1, May

Intervention in African Conflicts by the United Nations Security Council
ABSTRACT This paper addresses the African conflicts in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan, Uganda, Angola, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Rwanda, Somalia, Burundi and Ethiopia-Eritrea. Intervention by the United Nations Security Council to restore...
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 African Union: From a Security Culture to an Emergent Strategic Culture?
ABSTRACT Member states of the African Union took a deliberate stance to eradicate war from the African continent. In order to operationalise this declaratory posture, the African Union institutionalised much of its commitment in the Peace and Security...
The Lack of Maritime Security in the Horn of Africa Region: Scope and Effect
ABSTRACT The maritime trade routes around the Horn of Africa as well as the region's maritime resources, which could contribute towards sustained development, ate threatened by a lack of maritime security. Somalia has been without an effective central...
The Predictive Power of Political Risk Forecast Models: An Empirical Analysis
ABSTRACT The discipline of political risk analysis has been criticised as being a 'soft science'. Therefore, a major challenge is to provide an empirical analysis of political risk and to prove that political risk can indeed be measured. This article...
UN-AU Burden-Sharing and Hybridisation in Contemporary Peacekeeping Context with Specific Reference to UNAMID
ABSTRACT The nature of peacekeeping has changed since the second half of the 1990s. Specifically, the manner in which peacekeeping operations ate comprised, driven and funded has become embedded in burden-sharing between the United Nations and regional...