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Strategic Review for Southern Africa, Vol 38 (1), May 2016

 

Table of Contents

Front Matter

In this issue
Henning Melber

 

Research Articles

Combattants and Anti-Combattants (Collabos): Congolese Transnational Politics in Pretoria
Saint José Inaka

Human Security and the Conceptualisation of South African Defense: Time for a Reappraisal
Abel Esterhuyse

 

Special Section on Sino-African Relations

Reinserting African Agency into Sino-African Relations
Carlos Lopes

Revisting China's Developmental State: Lessons for Africa
Khwezi Mabasa and Zukiswa Mqolomba

 

Essay

South Africa 2016 - A Coming of Age: Theological and Ethical Reflections on the Future of South Africa
Barney N Pityana

 

Analyses and Reports

Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa: The Case of De Doorns 2009
Live Hågensen and Nicola de Jager

Nordic Development Studies: Lessons, Pitfalls and Future Directions
Wayne Coetzee and Fredrik Söderbaum

 

Book Reviews

Power Politics in Zimbabwe (Michael Bratton) 
Musiwaro Ndakaripa

Africa. Why Economists Get It Wrong (Jerven Morten) 
Henning Melber

National Liberation in Postcolonial Southern Africa. A Historical Ethnography of SWAPO's Exile Camps (Chritian A Williams) 
Henning Melber

The New Black Middle Class in Southern Africa (Roger Southhall)
Henning Melber

 




 

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