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Line-up for SAJIA Vol 24.3:
The Comunidade dos Países de Língua Portuguesa at 20 years: An impact assessment
By Warren Hewitt, Sean Burges and Inês Gomes
Ghana’s elections of 7 December 2016: a post-mortem
By Joseph R A Ayee
Negotiating the technological capacity in Chinese engagements: is the Tanzanian government in the driving seat?
By Hezron Makundi, Huib Huyse and Patrick Develtere
Impediments besetting the negotiations for a comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement between the European Union and East and Southern Africa (2007–2014)
By Knowledge H Matarutse and Ronald Chipaike
Assessing South Africa’s ambivalent SOGI diplomacy in Africa
By Christopher Williams
The emerging middle power concept: Time to say goodbye?
By Eduard Jordaan
Governing Africa: 3D analysis of the African Union’s performance, by Thomas Kwasi Tieku,
Reviewed by Keith Gottschalk
Region-building in Africa: Political and economic challenges, edited by Daniel H. Levine and Dawn Nagar
Reviewed by Frank Mattheis
Democratic South Africa’s foreign policy: voting Behaviour in the United Nations, by Suzanne Graham
Reviewed by Siphokazi Magadla
Paradigms and theories influencing policies in the South African and international water sectors: PULSE, A framework for policy analysis, by Richard Meissner
Reviewed by Mike Muller
Why comrades go to war: Liberation politics and the outbreak of Africa’s deadliest conflict, by Philip Roessler and Harry Verhoeven
Reviewed by Stephanie Wolters