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Strategic Review for Southern Africa, Vol 35 (1)

Vol 35 No 1, June 2013

In memorium Maríe Muller

Table of Contents

Front matter

Southern Africa in the world
Henning Melber

Obituary Maríe Muller
Maxi Schoeman


Research Articles

Human rights and regional cooperation: 
SADC and the crisis in the Zimbabwe
Arrigo Pallotti

State-building, citizenship and the
Banyarwanda question in the DRC
Sadiki Koko

The politics of knowledge production in
post-genocide Rwanda
Moritz Schuberth


Analyses, Interventions and Reports

Zimbabwe between the referendum and the elections
Steven Kibble

State security and civil-political rights in South Africa
Dale McKinley

The suspension of the SADC Tribunal
Michelo Hansungule

SIPHO II: Too little too late?
Anthoni van Nieuwkerk


Book Reviews

Africa Yearbook, Vol 8: 2011
Katabaro Miti

S is for Samora
Zefanias Matsimbe

South African Foreign Policy Review, Vol 1
Garth le Pere






The Strategic Review for Southern Africa is an internationally accredited and peer-reviewed periodical of the Department of Political Sciences at the University of Pretoria. The Review is listed as an accredited journal in South Africa and on the IBSS (international) list of accredited journals.

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