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Title:South African foreign policy and international practice 2001: an analysis
Author:Henwood, RolandISNI
Periodical:South African Yearbook of International Law
Geographic term:South Africa
Subject:foreign policy
Abstract:In analysing the developments in South African foreign policy and international practice during 2001, three groups of developments can be identified, viz. the many new and important developments involving South Africa and Africa; the issues from previous years that dominate in the regional dimension; and the internal political developments that may have an impact on the process of foreign policy formulation and implementation. The year under review includes internal political developments such as the demise of the alliance between the Democratic Party (DP) and the New National Party (NNP). With reference to the multilateral relations of South Africa, regional developments such as the restructuring of the SADC and the ongoing problems in the Great Lakes region and Zimbabwe are analysed. With respect to developments on the continent two important aspects are included: the African Union (AU) and the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD). The analysis of South Africa's bilateral relations includes aspects such as the country's role in the unfolding situations in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Great Lakes region, Zimbabwe and Zambia. App., ref.