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Address by LesetjaKganyago:South Africa and the normalization of world monetary policies

LesetjaKganyagoJohannesburg: Given South Africa's vulnerabilities, the question is not if world monetary normalisation will affect us but rather how quickly and dramatically it will do so.

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Presentation by Ebrahim Ebrahim: sectarianism among Muslims and SA's foreign policy

ebrahimebrahimCape Town: Thank you for inviting me to present my thoughts at this symposium that deals with a crucial theme that has the potential to affect relations in our country and the Muslim world for a long time to come.

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South Africa welcomes outcome of Iran nuclear talks in Geneva

irannuclearPretoria: South Africa has consistently emphasised the importance of a peaceful resolution to the outstanding questions regarding the nature of the Iranian nuclear programme.

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Two Decades of Freedom-A 20yrs review of South Africa

20yearsfreedomAs the 20th anniversary of the birth of democracy in South Africa, on April 27 2014, approaches, it seems a perfect opportunity to take a step back and get a long-range perspective on the important question "so, what has Nelson Mandela's South Africa done with its freedom?"

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Progress on SA, Botswana agreement

Maite Nkoana-MashabanePretoria - South Africa and Botswana have put into effect 34 agreements on co-operation in several sectors, International Relations MinisterMaite Nkoana-Mashabane said on Thursday.

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About The Project

South Africa's conduct of international relations, especially its role in international organisations like the UN Security Council, its choice of strategic partnerships, its leadership role in Africa, its public engagement and foreign policy decision making, has been intensely debated in the recent past. The FPA programme aims to provide a nuanced analysis and facilitate a structured discussion of South Africa's foreign policy in a changing world environment for purposes of informing its future direction.

Aims and Objectives of The Project

The purpose of this focus area is to unpack the extent to which the policy in its making, its nature and its application constitutes a principled and pragmatic response to a complex international environment. In doing so, we hope to be guided by an objective to promote a foreign policy that positions SA as a responsible global citizen committed to building bridges between various power blocs for the benefit of Africa and South Africans.

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