3 edition of Unconventional diplomacy in Southern Africa found in the catalog.
Unconventional diplomacy in Southern Africa
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||DT2994 .R46 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 163 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||96032086|
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This unassuming memoir features the dramatic highlights of Robin Renwick's career as a British diplomat during the transitions to majority rule in Zimbabwe and South Africa. Two-thirds of the book is a blow-by-blow account of how Britain's Foreign Secretary Peter Carrington (to whom the author was a deputy) successfully bullied and cajoled Rhodesia's warring parties to accept a.
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Bibliographic Information Bibliographic : Palgrave Macmillan UK. This has been explored elsewhere(1) and may be summarised here: the "old" South African diplomacy had been secret and low-key, the "new" is characterised by summitry and a powerful role for the head of state; the "old" had particular difficulties in Africa and Southern Africa and interaction with the region was often characterised by the use of.
From Verwoerd to Mandela: South African Diplomats Remember lifts the lid on South Africa’s unconventional diplomacy employed during the ’s, at the height of the clampdown on the anti-apartheid movement. It takes the reader on a journey that culminates in the ’s when many diplomats had to “keep the conversation going” with the.
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Unconventional warfare has become all too conventional, even if it is not yet adequately understood. It is paradoxical that the coming of mighty engines of war that literally extend war "out of this world" and threaten violence measured in megadeaths should, in fact, lend strength to the resurgence of a kind of hostilities marked by poisoned bamboo spears, Cited by: 5.
African Diplomacy: The UN Experience deals with some of the many issues, affecting Africa, which came before the United Nations in the immediate, post-independence period.
Of major importance were the establishment of the Economic Commission for Africa, and the revocation of the Mandate which conferred on South Africa responsibility for the administration of the.
An Unconventional Challenge to Apartheid: The Ivorian Dialogue Diplomacy with South Africa, Abstract This article focuses on the dialogue diplomacy that Ivorian President Félix Houphouët-Boigny initiated in the late s to engage apartheid South Africa.
Although contemporary observers and subsequent scholars. SinceTWAS and the AAAS Center for Science Diplomacy have organized a joint annual summer course on science diplomacy at TWAS headquarters in Trieste, Italy, which now has over alumni from around the world.
The aim of TWAS and AAAS is to use the feedback from organizers and participants to develop a weeklong course tailored for Africa. ‘Unconventional diplomacy’ suggests that international actors can communicate differently from conventional rules and methods, that is, they can use other Author: Istvan Tarrosy.
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Southern Rhodesia's Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO), Ken i. Elaine Windrich, Britain and the Politics of Rhodesian Independence (), Wilson repeated this statement two days later in the House of Commons. Robin Renwick, Unconventional Diplomacy in. Book Description.
In contemporary discourse on China-Africa relations, there are, on the one hand, the Sino-pessimists who see China as a giant vacuum-cleaner, sucking up Africa’s resources in order to fuel its own rapid industrialization, and destroying Africa’s development potential in the process.
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New York: St. Martin's Press, pp. In an effort to unpack the potential value of South Africa's parliamentary diplomacy, as part of the country's foreign policy, the final section of the article considers the opportunities in linking parliamentary diplomacy to soft power, where the legislature plays a role in promoting South Africa's international by: 1.
The NRF SARChI Chair is committed to engaging in research that bridges the divide between the worlds of theory and practice/decision making.
It adopts an inter-disciplinary approach on the nexus between domestic politics and foreign policy, and implements a multi-dimensional research agenda, comprising a focus on South African foreign policy; African diplomacy; African.
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(20 JuneAuthor: Klaus Kotze. The Chinese government has spent billions of dollars in Africa on public diplomacy initiatives that are intended to improve the country's image. Central to that strategy is the growing network of Confucius Institutes (CIs) spread across the continent that are designed to introduce Chinese language and culture to the.
The norms of diplomatic culture are an emerging field of study in International Relations among English School and Constructivist scholars. However, there exists a more neglected piece of IR scholarship dedicated to diplomacy. While Africa has always had trouble finding a home in the school of IR, the lack of research on African diplomats and.
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by: Foreign Service Training and International School, Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) Private Bag X Pretoria South Africa. Lord Renwick of Clifton (b.
British diplomat. Head of Chancery, British Embassy, Washington, ; Assistant Under-Secretary of State, FCO, ; British Ambassador to South Africa,and to the United States, Author of 'Unconventional Diplomacy in Southern Africa' (Palgrave, ).
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The role of journalists associations in Southern Africa, but especially with regard to South Africa is discussed in this article. Structured into two distinct periods, the first being the Author: Keyan Tomaselli. diplomacy to represent America and furthe r its interests around the world.
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For example, the fostering of South-South relations is an increasingly important strategic priority for South Africa in politics and trade, but also in science.Reviewed by Christian Straube, PhD candidate, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Germany.
Adem’s China’s Diplomacy in Eastern and Southern Africa represents an extensive collection of articles on contemporary Sino-African relations with a focus on Eastern and Southern Africa.
The volume’s regional approach produces a differentiated look on the diversity of Sino .