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The approach advocated by this paper is not the so-called ‘economic peace’. Economic development is not a substitute for political rights.
Date
28/10/2015
US leadership in multilateral institutions such as the World Bank and regional development banks is flagging.
Date
09/10/2015
Using updated population forecasts, this paper presents alternative growth scenarios for South Africa up to 2035, and their implications for employment, politics and poverty.
Date
11/08/2015
The United States has been the leader of the free world for decades, championing a liberalized open global economy, the modernization of states, and a system of global institutions and rules that has
Date
20/07/2015
This paper explores the changing power capabilities of Algeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Nigeria, and South Africa (the ‘Big Five’) over the next 25 years.
Date
24/03/2015
This paper first presents a summary of recent conflict trends in Africa, largely drawing on data from the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project.
Date
19/11/2014
This paper gives a snapshot of Africa’s conflict burden within a global context based on various prominent data providers.
Date
22/10/2014
The eradication of extreme poverty is a key component of the post-2015 MDG process and the African Union’s Agenda 2063.
Date
25/08/2014
At the onset of the Arab Spring, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned that the foundations of the Middle East risked “sinking into the sand” of unrest and extremism.
Date
18/08/2014
This paper presents three scenarios for South Africa up to 2030: ‘Bafana Bafana’, ‘A Nation Divided’ and ‘Mandela Magic’.
Date
14/02/2014

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