A foreign policy of ubuntu?: South African foreign policy values and priorities
: Ethics, politics, inequality: new directions: state of the nation OUTPUT TYPE
: Chapter in Monograph PUBLICATION YEAR
: J.Steyn Kotze
, S.L.GordonSOURCE EDITOR(S)
, C.Soudien, V.ReddyKEYWORDS
: FOREIGN POLICY
, PUBLIC ATTITUDE
: Developmental, Capable and Ethical State (DCES)
: HSRC Library: shelf number 11886
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A consolidated democracy requires strong and robust citizen participation in setting a foreign policy agenda and goals. There is an abundance of literature that interrogates citizen participation in foreign policy making. The key concern of this chapter is not how South Africans shape foreign policy priorities and outcomes, rather to what extent South African citizens' foreign policy preferences and perceptions align with the idealist and human rights-based foreign policy outlook South African adopted with its white paper on foreign policy.