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President Pranab wraps up China visit
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China's rise: the view from South Korea European Union Institu...

The first years of the mandates of Chinese President Xi Jinping and the Korean President Park Geun-hye's which started almost at the same time were marked by an active reinforcing of bilateral ties. The visit of Park Geun-hye to China to attend ... IFRI, 5 days ago
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South Africa uses Africa Day to rethink xenophobia INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES

Xenophobia has swept across parts of Africa like a thunderstorm, leaving death and destruction in its wake. In the past few weeks, xenophobic violence against Rwandans was reported in Zambia, where shops were looted and at least 13 people ...
 Polity.org.za2 days ago As we celebrate Africa Day, security remains a crisis in the continent  SouthCoastNews.co.za4 days ago Governments and business must do more to combat Africa's biggest threat INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES  Polity.org.za1 week ago Africa must consider retribution and reconciliation: Mbeki  SABC1 day ago
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Children, not terrorists INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES

A recent report by The United Nations Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) on the impact of Boko Haram on children in Chad, Nigeria, Niger and Cameroon offers insight into the devastating effects that the group leaves in its wake. The report ...
 Polity.org.za1 week ago Nigeria: Safeguarding the Nigerian Child - Any Hope  AllAfrica.com1 day ago Ikpeazu Admonishes Children to Prepare for Leadership  Metro Watch Online2 days ago Governor Ikpeazu admonishes children to prepare for leadership  Global Patriot News2 days ago
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RUSI sets up research programme on Challenges in Sanctions Design and Implementation

RUSI's headquarters in London's Whitehall National defence and security Think Tank the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI)has announcedthe establishment of a new research initiative which aims to refine sanctions as an instrument of coercive ...
 Risk UK1 day ago Over 50 New IAEA Coordinated Research Activities Now Open for Application  International Atomic Energy Agency2 days ago Research Analyst/Research Fellow, Asia Security Studies  RUSI1 week ago

Divide and rule? INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES

The most charitable interpretation one can put on Benjamin Mkapa's Burundi peace talks is that they are a desperate grope in the dark for a resolution to the year-long crisis. The danger of such desperation though, is that it might do no more than ...
 Polity.org.za3 days ago Studio interview: Wang Yi on regional security & economic cooperation  CCTV6 days ago

Is the APRM a poisoned chalice? INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES

The African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) is showing new signs of life. With the nomination earlier this year of well-known South African academic, Eddy Maloka, as new head of the APRM, things are looking up for the mechanism, which has been dormant ...
 Polity.org.za5 days ago

Commanding the Sahara to retreat INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES

The blueprint for the Great Green Wall is nothing if not ambitious. Quite Canute-like, it would seem. The aim is to plant a forest of trees about 15km wide, snaking some 7 77km from Senegal on the Atlantic to Djibouti on the Red Sea crossing ...
 Polity.org.za1 week ago

As Kabila eyes another term, the AU must speak up INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES

Laurent Désiré Kabila overthrew Mobutu Sese Seko, the president of what was then Zaire. Although he was supported by a regional coalition that had the tacit backing of key Western countries, the ousting of Mobutu was haphazard at best, Kabila ...
 Polity.org.za1 week ago

The business of stability INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES

Africa today has fewer conflicts than in the past, though violence continues to hold back development and generate significant costs to governments, business and societies. Preventing conflict and strengthening states has traditionally been the ...
 Polity.org.za1 week ago

National Academy for Training and Research in Social Security named after Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya

Follow @merinews The game continues, changing history and renaming institutes, towns and streets seems to the new game plan of the present government. It was the turn of the National Academy for Training & Research in Social Security on May 25, ...
 Meri News3 days ago National Academy for Training & Research in Social Security renamed as Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya National Academy of Social Security  Press Information Bureau4 days ago Develop PDUNASS as an International Centre of excellence in the area of Social Security Administration: Bandaru Dattatreya  5 Dariya News - English3 days ago Signing of Grant Agreement with Ghana: Constructing an advanced research center for infectious diseases at the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research  Foreign Affairs.co.nz1 week ago
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