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Research outputs: INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
This response will evaluate Heller???s argument. It will be argued that although the positivistic approach is more palatable to internationa...
How knowledgeable are South Africans about world affairs; and do they care? Benjamin Roberts, Steven Gordon and Jare Struwig examine new sur...
National policy documents suggest South Africa's international engagements are shaped by a commitment to multilateralism and a desire to bui...