ISS helped South Africa maximise its
position on the most important global
body for international peace and security.
Will Khartoum’s deal to
pay compensation for the 1998
bombings change its global stance?
This seminar considers the country’s already
fragile security situation and the possible
impact on political liberalisation.
This seminar considers
whether Africa’s primary concerns
are reflected in the planned global strategy.
As the COVID-19 crisis brings hunger
into stark relief, what can be done
about this long-standing problem?
Tensions are rising over future
governance options, and the state
of emergency could spark riots.
The new Zimbabwean dollar
won't stabilise soon, so re-adopting a
foreign currency needs to be considered.
Should sitting presidents who
seek re-election be required to
step aside ahead of the polls?
A pro-growth social compact and
evidence-based economic policy could
dramatically improve the country’s prospects.