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(21.) Olonisakin, F, "The role of Nigeria in ECOWAS peace support operations and some lessons for South Africa," ISSUP Bulletin 6/98, 1998, p 15.
During the course of 2010 the University Senate issued a decision to merge ISSUP and the Centre for International Political Studies (CIPS).
** Official perceptions regarding crime in the RSA over the period 1994-2003, formed the focus of ISSUP Ad Hoc Publication No 40 of November 2003.
For a discussion of US defence attaches, see Clark, D O (Col), "Soldiers in mufti: US military attaches", ISSUP Strategic Review Strategiese Oorsig, Vol 7, No 3, August 1985, pp 25-32.
The views of opposition parties and other role-players, as well as the academic analyses are based on solicited contributions and updated versions of previous ISSUP publications on crime and the combating of crime.
* This article is an updated version of ISSUP Bulletin 4/2002, originally written by Col Barry Schoeman, Senior Staff Officer, Operations Land Internal and Borderline Control, Joint Operations Division, SA National Defence Force.
(45.) Grove, W, "The drug trade as a national and international security threat: Where do we stand?", in ISSUP Bulletin 7/94, Institute for Strategic Studies, University of Pretoria, August 1994; and SARPCCO, Communique, 8 October 1995.
(32.) Malan, Gen M A de M, "Die Aanslag teen Suid-Afrika", ISSUP Strategic Review, Institute for Strategic Studies, University of Pretoria, November 1980, pp 12-13.
Edited and revised version of a paper presented by Mr L M Mti, Coordinator for Intelligence, Republic of South Africa, ISSUP Bulletin 5/97 *
(135.) Kruys, G, "Some Major Factors Influencing Military Efficiency in the South African National Defence Force", ISSUP Bulletin, Institute for Strategic Studies, University of Pretoria, No 4, 2004, p 10.
(2.) Louw, M H H (ed), National Security: A modern approach, ISSUP, University of Pretoria, 1978, p 25.