Strategic Review for Southern Africa

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

Articles from Vol. 32, No. 2, November

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,...
A House Built upon Sand: South African 'Imperialism' in a Region without Regionalism
ABSTRACT A great deal of ink has been spilled on how South Africa is 'taking over' southern Africa and is the de facto regional leader, if not subimperialist. Yet analysis thus far has confused economic preponderance with political power--and the...
Contrivance with Purpose? International Relations and the Reconstitution of the International
In observing and plotting the dialectics of how our present world works, fragmenting as it integrates we struggle in wanting to pin down a moving target! Unlike the world of science with its physical laws, the social nature of the world and its relations...
Donor Assistance for AIDS in South Africa: Many Actors, Multiple Agendas
ABSTRACT Given the scale and severity of AIDS in South Africa, and (until recently) the highly contested policy environment of a government in denial about the basic causality of HIV and AIDS, bilateral and multilateral overseas development assistance...
Editorial Comments
The retirement of Prof Mike Hough from the University of Pretoria at the end of 2009 drew to a close his three decade long involvement with the Institute for Strategic Studies (ISSUP) which he served as director and as editor of this journal. The University...
Europe and Africa-The Enduring Relationship
ABSTRACT This article looks at two aspects of interdependence between Europe and Africa. The first relates to economics, the second to security. Under current trends Europe's future looks distinctively like that of Japan today--an island of inertia...
Regionalism in Africa: Cooperation without Integration?
ABSTRACT The 'idea of Africa' implies pan-Africanism, that is, a united Africa, working in concert towards a better future for a continent consisting of one billion people and 54 sovereign independent nation states. Since decolonisation, regional...
The South African Development Model: Hitting against the Limits?
ABSTRACT The South African development model is based upon fragile foundations and is confronting a looming crisis. At the political level, long term structural factors are eroding the legal and institutional foundations of the constitution, this...
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