The New Multilateralism in South African Diplomacy - Studies in Diplomacy and International Relations (Hardback)
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The New Multilateralism in South African Diplomacy - Studies in Diplomacy and International Relations (Hardback)

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Hardback 222 Pages / Published: 10/05/2006
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The New Multilateralism in South African Diplomacy provides a detailed analysis of how post-apartheid South Africa has participated in multilateral diplomacy in a variety of sub-regional, regional and international settings during the last decade. The book will interest scholars interested in multilateralism and South African foreign policy.

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9780230004610
Number of pages: 222
Weight: 425 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 17 mm


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'This collection of papers - the product of a new generation of scholars analyzing South Africa's foreign policy - is genuinely innovative and cogently argued. The authors all display critical acumen and a willingness to challenge more orthodox interpretations. The text will be invaluable for teaching purposes as well as stimulating argument and further research.' - Jack Spence, Professor at the Department of War Studies, Kings College, UK

'The text is essential reading for any student of (South) African foreign policy, those comparing the multilateralism in the foreign policies of emerging middle powers or interested in the recent workings, deliberations and policies of multilateral fora such as the NAM and NPT in particular.' - Paul-Henri Bischoff, International Affairs

"This book of essays deals admirably with South Africa's diplomatic performance since properly democratic government took over in 1994." - Derek Ingram, The Round Table

'...this is an important contribution to the contemporary debates and discussion concerning South Africa's post-apartheid foreign policy.' - David P. Thomas, Journal of Modern African Studies

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