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SAIIA Research Report No 20, August 2015
A special issue of the South African Journal of International Affairs, on 'Alliances Beyond BRICS’ (Vol 22.2, August 2015) is now available online. This issue features articles on South Africa's role in global economic governance, South Africa’s foreign economic strategies, and the role of 'middle' or 'emerging' powers such as Turkey, Mexico and Canada.
Wednesday, 26 August 2015 16:25

Cape Verde and Small Island States in Africa

By SAIIA
Small island states such as Cape Verde face their own distinct challenges, particularly with regard to regional integration efforts in Africa. We spoke with Victor Borges, former Foreign Minister of Cape Verde and 2014 SAIIA Distinguished African Visiting Fellow, about some of these issues.

Sunday, 26 April 2015 15:53

The G-20 Tax Agenda and Africa’s Taxation Needs

By Taku Fundira
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 216, April 2015
Position: Researcher
Programme: Economic Diplomacy
Tuesday, 21 July 2015 00:00

Co-operation in the South Atlantic Zone: Amplifying the African Agenda

By Aditi Lalbahadur, Neuma Grobbelaar and Rudolf du Plessis
SAIIA Policy Insights No 21, July 2015

The Tripartite Free Trade Area (TFTA) across Southern and Eastern Africa has been heralded as a crucially important step for African growth and economic development. But what exactly is it? How realistic is the agreement? When will we see any benefits from it? And who will benefit most (and least)?
Thursday, 06 August 2015 17:16

Preserving the African Elephant for Future Generations

By Ross Harvey
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 219, July 2015
Wednesday, 12 August 2015 11:43

Fracking in South Africa: Good or Bad?

By SAIIA
On 12 August 2015, SAIIA's Western Cape Branch held a public seminar addressed by Mr Saliem Fakir, World Wide Fund for Nature, on 'Fracking in South Africa: Good or Bad, To a better understanding of the economics behind South Africa's energy choices.'
Much excellent policy research undertaken by African think tanks does not reach a wider continental and global audience because of capacity constraints regarding electronic dissemination of the work. As a result, the African voice on key African issues such as economic development, peace and security, migration, governance, and food security is often not heard.
SAIIA Research Report No 20, August 2015
A special issue of the South African Journal of International Affairs, on 'Alliances Beyond BRICS’ (Vol 22.2, August 2015) is now available online. This issue features articles on South Africa's role in global economic governance, South Africa’s foreign economic strategies, and the role of 'middle' or 'emerging' powers such as Turkey, Mexico and Canada.
Wednesday, 26 August 2015 16:25

Cape Verde and Small Island States in Africa

By SAIIA
Small island states such as Cape Verde face their own distinct challenges, particularly with regard to regional integration efforts in Africa. We spoke with Victor Borges, former Foreign Minister of Cape Verde and 2014 SAIIA Distinguished African Visiting Fellow, about some of these issues.

Sunday, 26 April 2015 15:53

The G-20 Tax Agenda and Africa’s Taxation Needs

By Taku Fundira
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 216, April 2015
Position: Researcher
Programme: Economic Diplomacy
Tuesday, 21 July 2015 00:00

Co-operation in the South Atlantic Zone: Amplifying the African Agenda

By Aditi Lalbahadur, Neuma Grobbelaar and Rudolf du Plessis
SAIIA Policy Insights No 21, July 2015

The Tripartite Free Trade Area (TFTA) across Southern and Eastern Africa has been heralded as a crucially important step for African growth and economic development. But what exactly is it? How realistic is the agreement? When will we see any benefits from it? And who will benefit most (and least)?
Thursday, 06 August 2015 17:16

Preserving the African Elephant for Future Generations

By Ross Harvey
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 219, July 2015
Wednesday, 12 August 2015 11:43

Fracking in South Africa: Good or Bad?

By SAIIA
On 12 August 2015, SAIIA's Western Cape Branch held a public seminar addressed by Mr Saliem Fakir, World Wide Fund for Nature, on 'Fracking in South Africa: Good or Bad, To a better understanding of the economics behind South Africa's energy choices.'
Much excellent policy research undertaken by African think tanks does not reach a wider continental and global audience because of capacity constraints regarding electronic dissemination of the work. As a result, the African voice on key African issues such as economic development, peace and security, migration, governance, and food security is often not heard.
SAIIA Research Report No 20, August 2015
A special issue of the South African Journal of International Affairs, on 'Alliances Beyond BRICS’ (Vol 22.2, August 2015) is now available online. This issue features articles on South Africa's role in global economic governance, South Africa’s foreign economic strategies, and the role of 'middle' or 'emerging' powers such as Turkey, Mexico and Canada.
Wednesday, 26 August 2015 16:25

Cape Verde and Small Island States in Africa

By SAIIA
Small island states such as Cape Verde face their own distinct challenges, particularly with regard to regional integration efforts in Africa. We spoke with Victor Borges, former Foreign Minister of Cape Verde and 2014 SAIIA Distinguished African Visiting Fellow, about some of these issues.

Sunday, 26 April 2015 15:53

The G-20 Tax Agenda and Africa’s Taxation Needs

By Taku Fundira
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 216, April 2015
Position: Researcher
Programme: Economic Diplomacy
Tuesday, 21 July 2015 00:00

Co-operation in the South Atlantic Zone: Amplifying the African Agenda

By Aditi Lalbahadur, Neuma Grobbelaar and Rudolf du Plessis
SAIIA Policy Insights No 21, July 2015

The Tripartite Free Trade Area (TFTA) across Southern and Eastern Africa has been heralded as a crucially important step for African growth and economic development. But what exactly is it? How realistic is the agreement? When will we see any benefits from it? And who will benefit most (and least)?
Thursday, 06 August 2015 17:16

Preserving the African Elephant for Future Generations

By Ross Harvey
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 219, July 2015
Wednesday, 12 August 2015 11:43

Fracking in South Africa: Good or Bad?

By SAIIA
On 12 August 2015, SAIIA's Western Cape Branch held a public seminar addressed by Mr Saliem Fakir, World Wide Fund for Nature, on 'Fracking in South Africa: Good or Bad, To a better understanding of the economics behind South Africa's energy choices.'
Much excellent policy research undertaken by African think tanks does not reach a wider continental and global audience because of capacity constraints regarding electronic dissemination of the work. As a result, the African voice on key African issues such as economic development, peace and security, migration, governance, and food security is often not heard.