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As published on allAfrica.com After a brief stop in Chad last week, President Nicolas Sarkozy of France went on to visit a country not traditionally part of the French area of influence in Africa - South Africa. The trip was made against the backdrop of a complete overhaul of France's Africa policies, in which Sarkozy is proclaiming partnerships with equal nations instead of relations based on old colonial ties. Romy Chevallier of the South African Institute of International Affairs explains the background.
In her inaugural address, Ms Elizabeth Sidiropoulos looked at how Africa is evolving and how the continent needs to have an open and frank self-assessment to meet its challenges head-on.TAKING AFRICA SERIOUSLY FROM WITHIN AND WITHOUTElizabeth SidiropoulosInaugural Address, SAIIA20 October 2005
Business DayWho wins in the German election this week may not matter in the short term to Africa. How the new government tackles unemployment and a faltering economy may, however, affect Germany’s developmental and economic engagement with Africa in the medium term.
Monday, 14 February 2005

Nepad Policy Focus

The Nepad Policy Focus report series, launched in December 2004, identifies key priorities for Africa, stimulates innovative thinking, and tackles critical elements of the Nepad agenda to promote public debate about the continent's future.
Thursday, 29 April 2004

The Tswalu Dialogue

Date: Thursday, 29 April, 2004Venue: South African Institute of International Affairs By invitation only. The Tswalu Dialogue commenced in 2002 as an initiative of the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) sponsored by Jennifer and Jonathan Oppenheimer. The Tswalu Dialogue was founded on the broad aim of providing a forum on issues of concern to Africa and its multiple constituencies, sharing ideas, offering fresh thinking and building consensus through debate and a network of interested Africanists.
Head: Governance and APRM Programme
Position: Senior ResearcherProgramme: Governance of Africa's Resources Programme
Associate Senior Research Fellow on South African Foreign policy and China-Africa Relations
Position: Programme ManagerProgramme: Foreign Policy
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