SAIIA

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SAIIASouth African Institute of International Affairs
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A study of Chinese retailers in Dakar, SAIIA Occasional Paper 57.
SAIIA Occasional Paper 58, Braamfontein: South African Institute of International Affairs.
Swart, G and H Solomon (2004), "Conflict in the DRC: A Critical Reflection of the Lusaka Ceasefire Agreement", SAIIA Report, No 40
Ibid, pp 548-549; Rupiya, M, op cit, pp 164-165; South African Yearbook of International Affairs, 2000/01, SAIIA, Johannesburg, 2001, p 44; and The Europa World Year Book 2003, Europa Publications, London, 2003, pp 4642-4644.
Taylor, I and P Williams, op cit, pp 548-549; Johnson, R W, op cit; The Economist, 4 May 2003, p 43; and "Zimbabwe's economic quandary", South African Foreign Policy Monitor, SAIIA, March 2002, p 2.
Adongo, J, "External actors and SADC regional integration", SADC Barometer, SAIIA, Johannesburg, Issue 8, March 2005, p 7.
South Africa's Foreign Policy 1994-2000, SAIIA, Johannesburg, 2004, p 332.
Schoeman, M, "Objectives, structures and strategies: South Africa's foreign policy", in South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA), South African Yearbook of International Affairs 2001/02, SAIIA, Johannesburg, 2001, p 74.
Understanding SA's foreign policy", in SAIIA, South African Yearbook of International Affairs 2002/03, SAIIA, Johannesburg, 2003, p 2.
Defence, Diplomacy and South Africa's Maritime Opportunities, SAIIA and CDISS, 1998, pp 51-54.
Business Report (Johannesburg), 27 February 1997; Tawana, M, "SADC security issues", in South African Yearbook of International Affairs 1998/1999, South African Institute of International Affairs, Johannesburg, 1998, pp 191-196; and SAIIA Facts, No 13, 13 February 1998.
Nhara, W, "The OAU and the potential role of regional and sub-regional organisations", in Cilliers, J and G Mills (eds), Peacekeeping in Africa, lOP and SAIIA, Halfway House, 1996, p 99.