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(A complete list of Institute publications is available on request/ 'n Volledige lys van Instituut-publikasies is op aanvraag beskikbaar)

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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, security, humanitarian and economic issues, M Hough and A du Plessis (eds), ISBN 1-86854-141-X, 229 pages, Ad Hoc No 33, November 1996. Price: R30/US$25.

Contemporary international organisations and treaties: Selected documents, M Hough and A du Plessis (eds) ISBN 1-86854-191-6, 264 pages, Ad Hoc No 34, October 1997. Price: R40/US$35.

Conference papers: The Grim Reaper: Organised Crime in the 1990s--Implications for South and Southern Africa, M Hough and A du Plessis (eds), ISBN 1-86854-328-5, 80 pages, Ad Hoc No 36, May 1999. Price: R20/US$20.

Selected military issues with specific reference to the Republic of South Africa, M Hough and L du Plessis (eds), ISBN 1-86854-416-8, 124 pages, Ad Hoc No 38, August 2001. Price: R30/US$30.

Combating crime in South Africa: Contemporary perspectives, Hough, M and A du Plessis (eds), ISBN 1-86854-516-4, 208 pages, Ad Hoc No 40, November 2003. Price: R45/US$45.

Contemporary terrorism and insurgency: Selected case studies and responses, Hough, M, Kruys, G P H and A du Plessis, ISBN 1-86854-632-2, 107 pages, Ad Hoc No 42, November 2005. Price: R45/US$45.

Peace support operations: Selected United Nations and African documents, Hough, M, Du Plessis, A and G P H Kruys, ISBN 1-86854-547-4, 161 pages, Ad Hoc No 43, December 2006. Price: R45/US$45.

Selected official South African strategic and security perceptions: 2001-2007, Hough, M, Du Plessis, A and G P H Kruys, ISBN 978-1-86854-674-9, 192 pages, Ad Hoc No 44, December 2007, Price: R55/US$55.

Threat and risk analysis in the context of strategic forecasting, Hough, M, Du Plessis, A and G P H Kruys, ISBN 978-1-86854-734-0, 108 pages, Ad Hoc No 45, November 2008, Price: R55/US$55.

Non-military threats to security: Selected United Nations and other multilateral documents, Hough, M and G P H Kruys, ISBN 978-1-86854-774-6, 157 pages, Ad Hoc No 46, November 2009, Price: R55/US$55.

STRATEGIC REVIEW/STRATEGIESE OORSIG, ISSN 1013-1108

Strategic Review for Southern Africa / Strategiese Oorsig vir Suider-Afrika, Vol XXXII, No 2, November 2010.

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