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SAIIA Policy Briefing No 99, July 2014
Monday, 28 July 2014 11:30

South Africa's changing economy in the context of BRICS

By Wolfe Braude
A country’s international economic agenda is invariably shaped by its domestic constraints and socio-economic development objectives. The BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) states are no exception.
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 15:23

Lessons from Electoral Management and Processes in West Africa

By Adele Jinadu
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 194, July 2014

The South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) and the Graduate Business School at UCT has the pleasure of inviting you to a roundtable discussion on the upcoming US-Africa Leaders Summit, 'What Future Does it Hold for US-Africa Trade and Investment Relations?'

Wednesday, 16 July 2014 16:51

Ties with other emerging economies crucial

By Elizabeth Sidiropoulos and Christopher Wood
After five years of introspection and institution building, the sixth BRICS summit offers an opportunity for the group to focus on its relations with the rest of the world. Relations with the Group of 7 (G-7) are particularly contentious. Russia's exclusion from the G-8 following the crisis in Crimea has moved the BRICS to the centre stage in Russian foreign policy thinking, and risks pulling the group onto an opposition footing with the West.
Tuesday, 08 July 2014 10:01

BRICS Media Briefing 2014

By SAIIA
The South African Institute of International Affairs and the Global Economic Governance Africa (GEG-Africa) Project invited members of the press to a special media briefing on "BRICS: from Durban to Fortaleza, what to expect," on 8 July 2014.

Wednesday, 09 July 2014 15:11

BRICS Bank Launch Likely at 2014 Summit

By Christopher Wood
As the BRICS meet in Fortaleza, Brazil from 14-16 July 2014, attention is once again on the group’s efforts to establish two new financial institutions: the New Development Bank and the Contingent Reserve Arrangement. Negotiations are underway on both and, while it remains uncertain that they will be officially launched in Fortaleza, substantial progress is expected to be announced at the summit.
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 193, June 2014
Tuesday, 08 July 2014 14:45

BRICS and Africa: A lot to be done yet

By Memory Dube
The emergence of the BRICS (Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa) grouping coincided with the notion of an ‘Africa Rising’, a term coined following Africa's growing economic prosperity. The rise of BRICS also overlapped with their increased involvement in Africa.
The International Affairs Journal, Chatham House, the Marjan Centre at King’s College London and the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) cordially invite you to a panel discussion on "War and biodiversity: security’s emerging new frontier" to launch the July issue of International Affairs.
SAIIA Policy Briefing No 99, July 2014
Monday, 28 July 2014 11:30

South Africa's changing economy in the context of BRICS

By Wolfe Braude
A country’s international economic agenda is invariably shaped by its domestic constraints and socio-economic development objectives. The BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) states are no exception.
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 15:23

Lessons from Electoral Management and Processes in West Africa

By Adele Jinadu
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 194, July 2014

The South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) and the Graduate Business School at UCT has the pleasure of inviting you to a roundtable discussion on the upcoming US-Africa Leaders Summit, 'What Future Does it Hold for US-Africa Trade and Investment Relations?'

Wednesday, 16 July 2014 16:51

Ties with other emerging economies crucial

By Elizabeth Sidiropoulos and Christopher Wood
After five years of introspection and institution building, the sixth BRICS summit offers an opportunity for the group to focus on its relations with the rest of the world. Relations with the Group of 7 (G-7) are particularly contentious. Russia's exclusion from the G-8 following the crisis in Crimea has moved the BRICS to the centre stage in Russian foreign policy thinking, and risks pulling the group onto an opposition footing with the West.
Tuesday, 08 July 2014 10:01

BRICS Media Briefing 2014

By SAIIA
The South African Institute of International Affairs and the Global Economic Governance Africa (GEG-Africa) Project invited members of the press to a special media briefing on "BRICS: from Durban to Fortaleza, what to expect," on 8 July 2014.

Wednesday, 09 July 2014 15:11

BRICS Bank Launch Likely at 2014 Summit

By Christopher Wood
As the BRICS meet in Fortaleza, Brazil from 14-16 July 2014, attention is once again on the group’s efforts to establish two new financial institutions: the New Development Bank and the Contingent Reserve Arrangement. Negotiations are underway on both and, while it remains uncertain that they will be officially launched in Fortaleza, substantial progress is expected to be announced at the summit.
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 193, June 2014
Tuesday, 08 July 2014 14:45

BRICS and Africa: A lot to be done yet

By Memory Dube
The emergence of the BRICS (Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa) grouping coincided with the notion of an ‘Africa Rising’, a term coined following Africa's growing economic prosperity. The rise of BRICS also overlapped with their increased involvement in Africa.
The International Affairs Journal, Chatham House, the Marjan Centre at King’s College London and the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) cordially invite you to a panel discussion on "War and biodiversity: security’s emerging new frontier" to launch the July issue of International Affairs.
SAIIA Policy Briefing No 99, July 2014
Monday, 28 July 2014 11:30

South Africa's changing economy in the context of BRICS

By Wolfe Braude
A country’s international economic agenda is invariably shaped by its domestic constraints and socio-economic development objectives. The BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) states are no exception.
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 15:23

Lessons from Electoral Management and Processes in West Africa

By Adele Jinadu
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 194, July 2014

The South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) and the Graduate Business School at UCT has the pleasure of inviting you to a roundtable discussion on the upcoming US-Africa Leaders Summit, 'What Future Does it Hold for US-Africa Trade and Investment Relations?'

Wednesday, 16 July 2014 16:51

Ties with other emerging economies crucial

By Elizabeth Sidiropoulos and Christopher Wood
After five years of introspection and institution building, the sixth BRICS summit offers an opportunity for the group to focus on its relations with the rest of the world. Relations with the Group of 7 (G-7) are particularly contentious. Russia's exclusion from the G-8 following the crisis in Crimea has moved the BRICS to the centre stage in Russian foreign policy thinking, and risks pulling the group onto an opposition footing with the West.
Tuesday, 08 July 2014 10:01

BRICS Media Briefing 2014

By SAIIA
The South African Institute of International Affairs and the Global Economic Governance Africa (GEG-Africa) Project invited members of the press to a special media briefing on "BRICS: from Durban to Fortaleza, what to expect," on 8 July 2014.

Wednesday, 09 July 2014 15:11

BRICS Bank Launch Likely at 2014 Summit

By Christopher Wood
As the BRICS meet in Fortaleza, Brazil from 14-16 July 2014, attention is once again on the group’s efforts to establish two new financial institutions: the New Development Bank and the Contingent Reserve Arrangement. Negotiations are underway on both and, while it remains uncertain that they will be officially launched in Fortaleza, substantial progress is expected to be announced at the summit.
SAIIA Occasional Paper No 193, June 2014
Tuesday, 08 July 2014 14:45

BRICS and Africa: A lot to be done yet

By Memory Dube
The emergence of the BRICS (Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa) grouping coincided with the notion of an ‘Africa Rising’, a term coined following Africa's growing economic prosperity. The rise of BRICS also overlapped with their increased involvement in Africa.
The International Affairs Journal, Chatham House, the Marjan Centre at King’s College London and the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) cordially invite you to a panel discussion on "War and biodiversity: security’s emerging new frontier" to launch the July issue of International Affairs.