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Libyan crisis raises questions over UN Security Council, writes Antonia Porter The principles underlying South Africa's foreign policy have been debated widely recently after the country's early and strong support for UN Security Council resolutions imposing sanctions on, and authorising military action against, Muammar Gaddafi's regime in Libya, after heightened…
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When President Jacob Zuma recently expressed the belief that popular uprising of the kind that has been seen in Tunisia is "impossible" in South Africa, he made a strong argument: "We have a constitutional democracy here; every person has the right to say what he wants and to vote." An…
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13 Feb 2011

Quest for truth

Written by Chris Sounders
Published in Newspaper Articles
13 February 2011
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HIV/AIDS and Militaries in Africa(Seminar Report No. 28) This policy research report addresses prospects for an effective response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic within the context of African peacekeeping and regional peace and security. It is based on three regional advisory group seminars that took place in Windhoek, Namibia (February 2006);…
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HIV/AIDS and Society in South Africa is a multidisciplinary overview of the discourse on HIV/AIDS and explores the concept of human security and the global development agenda.

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