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Hegemony, 'common sense' and compromise : a neo-gramscian analysis of multilateralism in South Africa's post-apartheid foreign policy
(Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2000-03)
ENGLISH ABSTRACT: This study attempts to overcome past failings in the analysis of post-apartheid South Africa's foreign policy. In contrast to "explanations" offered by most previous analyses, this work demonstrates ...
The limits of the EU as a peace and security actor in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
(Hamburg University Press, 2011)
The European Union (EU) is increasingly aspiring to be a global peace and security actor. Using the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) as a test case to analyse such ambitions, this article reveals that the EU's attempts ...
The liberal peace security regimen : a gramscian critique of its application in Africa
(Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa, 2018)
Current security regimens are grounded in the advancement of liberal peace. All inter-governmental organizations, most states and most donor agencies more or less accept as common sense the self-evident virtuosity and truth ...