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Department of Political Sciences

Strategic Review for Southern Africa

Vol 36 (1), May 2014

Table of Contents

Front matter

In this issue
Henning Melber


Research Articles

A "culture of conservatism": How and why African Union member states obstruct the deepening of integration
Martin Welz


Reconciliation from the top down? Government institutions in South Africa, Rwanda and Burundi
Cori Wielenga


Zimbabwe's democracy in the wake of the 2013 election: Contemporary and historical perspectives
David Moore


Insights into independent Zimbabwe: Some historiographical reflections
Tinashe Nyamunda

The Rhodes-Livingstone Institute and interdisciplinary research in Northern Rhodesia (Zambia), 1937-1964
Alfred Tembo


Analyses, Interventions and Reports

Beyond the electoral triumphalism: Reflections on Lesotho's coalition government and challenges
Francis K Makoa


Socio-economic rights in Zimbabwe's new constitution
Theophilous Chiviru


Comment

Decriminalisation of mass murders, rape and sexual violence – a critique of President Mbeki and Prof Mamdani
Alex Obote-Odora


Book Reviews

New South African Review 3: The second phase – tragedy or farce? (John Daniel, Prishani Naidoo, Devan Pillay and Roger Southall, eds)
Dirk Kotzé


South Africa's suspended revolution: Hopes and prospects (Adam Habib)
Sanusha Naidu


Fanonian practices in South Africa: From Steve Biko to Abahlali baseMjondolo (Nigel Gibson)
Munyaradzi Mawere and Artwell Nhemachena


The hidden thread: Russia and South Africa in the Soviet era (Irina Filatova and Apollon Davidson)
Mzukisi Qobo


New mediation practices in African conflicts (Ulf Engel)
Henning Melber


 



 
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