Thursday, April 17, 2014
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SAIIA's Western Cape Branch, the Head of the EU Delegation to the Republic of South Africa, Roeland van de Geer, and the Consul General of Britain in South Africa, Mr Christopher Trott, invite you to a public lecture to be addressed by Sir Emyr Jones Parry, on “The UN and the EU: why their roles are so important for South Africa and the world.”
Volume 21, Issue 1 of SAIIA's peer-reviewed journal, the South African Journal of International Affairs, is now out, featuring articles from leading academics on a range of topics relevant to African interests.
Tuesday, 08 April 2014 09:32

Ukraine’s new path blocked by a meddling neighbour

By Yarik Turianskyi
An internal Ukrainian crisis dating back to November 2013 took on an external dimension last month. Just as Ukrainians were starting to rebuild their country after months of protests and a change of leadership, Russia’s intervention in Crimea has shifted the focus, and set off alarm bells throughout Europe.
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 174, February 2014
Monday, 07 April 2014 07:43

The merits of EU membership for the Crimean Peninsula

By Sheila Camerer
Bulgaria is still the poorest European Union country, but its fortunes have improved exponentially since it joined the EU. This makes the recent events in the Crimean Peninsula unfortunate. By leaving Ukraine, Crimea has missed a window of opportunity to benefit from Ukraine’s closer association with the EU.
Thursday, 03 April 2014 12:36

SADC’s Trade Agenda at the EU-Africa Summit

By Christopher Wood
Representatives of 54 African and 28 European States, including over 30 heads of state, will meet in Brussels on 2 and 3 April for the fourth EU-Africa Summit. The meeting has a broad-ranging agenda under the title “Investing in People, Prosperity and Peace”.
SAIIA Policy Briefing No 86, April 2014
China is on course to becoming more deeply involved in Africa's security landscape. While the motivation behind Chinese involvement remains primarily economic, the growing exposure of its interests to the vagaries of African politics and pressures to demonstrate greater global activism are bringing about a reconsideration of Beijing's approach to the continent.
Wednesday, 16 April 2014 11:12

Surviving in a Rough Neighbourhood – Ukraine, Russia and the Crimea Crisis

By SAIIA Western Cape Branch
SAIIA's Western Cape Branch invites you to a public seminar to be addressed by Dr Sara Pienaar, on “Surviving in a Rough Neighbourhood – Ukraine, Russia and the Crimea Crisis."
Monday, 31 March 2014 15:57

Farewell Ambassador Tom Wheeler

By SAIIA
The South African Institute of International Affairs has bid farewell to Ambassador Tom Wheeler who has served the institute since 2003, after he retired from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He joined as the chief operating officer and then moved into research, diplomatic liaison and media.
SAIIA's Western Cape Branch, the Head of the EU Delegation to the Republic of South Africa, Roeland van de Geer, and the Consul General of Britain in South Africa, Mr Christopher Trott, invite you to a public lecture to be addressed by Sir Emyr Jones Parry, on “The UN and the EU: why their roles are so important for South Africa and the world.”
Volume 21, Issue 1 of SAIIA's peer-reviewed journal, the South African Journal of International Affairs, is now out, featuring articles from leading academics on a range of topics relevant to African interests.
Tuesday, 08 April 2014 09:32

Ukraine’s new path blocked by a meddling neighbour

By Yarik Turianskyi
An internal Ukrainian crisis dating back to November 2013 took on an external dimension last month. Just as Ukrainians were starting to rebuild their country after months of protests and a change of leadership, Russia’s intervention in Crimea has shifted the focus, and set off alarm bells throughout Europe.
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 174, February 2014
Monday, 07 April 2014 07:43

The merits of EU membership for the Crimean Peninsula

By Sheila Camerer
Bulgaria is still the poorest European Union country, but its fortunes have improved exponentially since it joined the EU. This makes the recent events in the Crimean Peninsula unfortunate. By leaving Ukraine, Crimea has missed a window of opportunity to benefit from Ukraine’s closer association with the EU.
Thursday, 03 April 2014 12:36

SADC’s Trade Agenda at the EU-Africa Summit

By Christopher Wood
Representatives of 54 African and 28 European States, including over 30 heads of state, will meet in Brussels on 2 and 3 April for the fourth EU-Africa Summit. The meeting has a broad-ranging agenda under the title “Investing in People, Prosperity and Peace”.
SAIIA Policy Briefing No 86, April 2014
China is on course to becoming more deeply involved in Africa's security landscape. While the motivation behind Chinese involvement remains primarily economic, the growing exposure of its interests to the vagaries of African politics and pressures to demonstrate greater global activism are bringing about a reconsideration of Beijing's approach to the continent.
Wednesday, 16 April 2014 11:12

Surviving in a Rough Neighbourhood – Ukraine, Russia and the Crimea Crisis

By SAIIA Western Cape Branch
SAIIA's Western Cape Branch invites you to a public seminar to be addressed by Dr Sara Pienaar, on “Surviving in a Rough Neighbourhood – Ukraine, Russia and the Crimea Crisis."
Monday, 31 March 2014 15:57

Farewell Ambassador Tom Wheeler

By SAIIA
The South African Institute of International Affairs has bid farewell to Ambassador Tom Wheeler who has served the institute since 2003, after he retired from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He joined as the chief operating officer and then moved into research, diplomatic liaison and media.
SAIIA's Western Cape Branch, the Head of the EU Delegation to the Republic of South Africa, Roeland van de Geer, and the Consul General of Britain in South Africa, Mr Christopher Trott, invite you to a public lecture to be addressed by Sir Emyr Jones Parry, on “The UN and the EU: why their roles are so important for South Africa and the world.”
Volume 21, Issue 1 of SAIIA's peer-reviewed journal, the South African Journal of International Affairs, is now out, featuring articles from leading academics on a range of topics relevant to African interests.
Tuesday, 08 April 2014 09:32

Ukraine’s new path blocked by a meddling neighbour

By Yarik Turianskyi
An internal Ukrainian crisis dating back to November 2013 took on an external dimension last month. Just as Ukrainians were starting to rebuild their country after months of protests and a change of leadership, Russia’s intervention in Crimea has shifted the focus, and set off alarm bells throughout Europe.
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 174, February 2014
Monday, 07 April 2014 07:43

The merits of EU membership for the Crimean Peninsula

By Sheila Camerer
Bulgaria is still the poorest European Union country, but its fortunes have improved exponentially since it joined the EU. This makes the recent events in the Crimean Peninsula unfortunate. By leaving Ukraine, Crimea has missed a window of opportunity to benefit from Ukraine’s closer association with the EU.
Thursday, 03 April 2014 12:36

SADC’s Trade Agenda at the EU-Africa Summit

By Christopher Wood
Representatives of 54 African and 28 European States, including over 30 heads of state, will meet in Brussels on 2 and 3 April for the fourth EU-Africa Summit. The meeting has a broad-ranging agenda under the title “Investing in People, Prosperity and Peace”.
SAIIA Policy Briefing No 86, April 2014
China is on course to becoming more deeply involved in Africa's security landscape. While the motivation behind Chinese involvement remains primarily economic, the growing exposure of its interests to the vagaries of African politics and pressures to demonstrate greater global activism are bringing about a reconsideration of Beijing's approach to the continent.
Wednesday, 16 April 2014 11:12

Surviving in a Rough Neighbourhood – Ukraine, Russia and the Crimea Crisis

By SAIIA Western Cape Branch
SAIIA's Western Cape Branch invites you to a public seminar to be addressed by Dr Sara Pienaar, on “Surviving in a Rough Neighbourhood – Ukraine, Russia and the Crimea Crisis."
Monday, 31 March 2014 15:57

Farewell Ambassador Tom Wheeler

By SAIIA
The South African Institute of International Affairs has bid farewell to Ambassador Tom Wheeler who has served the institute since 2003, after he retired from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He joined as the chief operating officer and then moved into research, diplomatic liaison and media.