SAIIA, in collaboration with the Australian High Commission, invite you to a seminar to be addressed by Professor The Honourable Gareth Evans AC QC Former Australian Foreign Minister, on 'Responsibility to Protect: Ten Years On'.
SAIIA today hosted the Korean Foreign Ministry, to discuss the outcomes of the Fifth MIKTA (Mexico, Indonesia, Republic of Korea, Turkey and Australia) Foreign Ministers’ Meeting held in Seoul, the Republic of Korea, on 22 May 2015.
On 12 November 2014, Oxfam South Africa and the Global Economic Governance Africa project, a joint initiative by SAIIA and the University of Pretoria, held a Media Briefing and panel discussion on the upcoming G-20 Summit. A video of the briefing is now online.
Ahead of ninth annual Summit of the Group of 20 (G-20) nations, to be held in Brisbane from 15- 16 November, SAIIA has made a range of useful materials available. From the facts about the G-20, to the issues likely to arise at the Summit, the experts and resources below can assist journalists, commentators and researchers prepare to follow the event.
There's been a good discussion so far of South Africa's role at the African Union Summit in Addis Ababa this January, and its bid for Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma to take up the Chair of the AU Commission. It would come as no surprise if the controversy over the Chair's position eclipsed other activity at Addis. Also there in January were the Foreign Ministers of Australia and New Zealand.
The South African Institute of International Affairs in conjunction with the Canadian High Commission in Pretoria cordially invites you to a discussion forum led by Senator Hugh Segal, Member of the Commonwealth Eminent Persons Group on 'Commonwealth renewal: will the organisation remain relevant?' Date: Monday 23 May 2011 Time: 10:00–12:00, followed by a buffet lunch Venue: Villa Sterne, 212 Johan Rissik Drive, Waterkloof Ridge, Pretoria RSVP: Ndumi Nqunqa Tel: (011) 339 2021 Fax: (011) 339 2154 Email: Nondumiso.Nqunqa@wits.ac.za
Much has been written about China’s growth and the relationship between Africa and China, perhaps to a degree that minimises the role of other significant emerging actors in Africa. In order to balance the scales, a well-founded analysis of the content and context of facets of India’s involvement in Africa was overdue.
On 26 January, SAIIA in association with the Australian High Commission hosted the Australian Foreign Minister at a Speakers’ Meeting entitled, “Multilateral Engagement: Future Priorities for Australia and South Africa”.
On 26 January, SAIIA in association with the Australian High Commission hosted the Australian Foreign Minister at a Speakers’ Meeting entitled, “Multilateral Engagement: Future Priorities for Australia and South Africa”.Venue: Jan Smuts House