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Strategic Review for Southern Africa, Vol 38 (2), November 2016

 

Table of Contents

Front Matter

In this issue
Henning Melber

 

Critical Analysis on Economic Freedom

Whose Economic Freedom Anyway? Revelations form the South African Discourse
Joleen Steyn Kotze

 

Debates on Regional Strategic Issues

The SANDF as a Human Security Instrument Post-1994
Thuso Benton Mogwaketse

The Peacemaking-Peacebuilding-Development Nexus: Marrying South Africa's Peace Diplomacy and Development Agenda
Faith Mabera

 

China's Role and Impact on Societies

Deng Xiaoping and the Chinese Developmental State: Lessons for Namibia
Job Shipululo Amupanda

 

Chinese and African Migrant Entrepreneurs' Articulation Shaped by African Agency
Dirk Kohnert

 

Analyses and Reports

The Pan-African Ideal Inder a New Lens: Thabo Mbeki's Contribution
Carlos Lopes

Book Reviews

#RhodesMustFall: Nibbling at Resilient Colonialism in South Africa (Francis B Nyamnjoh) 
Quraysha Ismail Sooliman

In Pursuit of Freedom and Justice: A Memoir (Cephas G Msipa)
Clement Masakure

Mugabeism? History, Politics, and Power in Zimbabwe (Sabelo J Ndlovu-Gatsheni) 
Zefanias Matsimbe

A Far-away War Angola, 1975 - 1989 (Ian Liebenberg, Jorge Risquet and Vladamir Shubin eds.)
Jan F Mutton

South Africa and Romania: transition to democracy and changing security paradigms (Calvin Manganyi, Ian Liebenberg and Thean Potgieter eds.)
Michael Eckardt

 




 

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