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The Movement, modernity and new International Relations writing in South Africa

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Books reviewed in this article:

Korwa Gombe Adar and Rok Ajulu, Globalization and emerging trends in African states’ foreign policymaking processes: a comparative perspective of Southern Africa.

Patrick Bond, Against global apartheid: South Africa meets the World Bank, IMF and international finance.

Greg Mills, The wired world: South Africa, foreign policy and globalization.

Philip Nel, Ian Taylor and Janis van der Westhuizen, South Africa’s multilateral diplomacy and global change: the limits of reformism.

Ian Taylor, Stuck in middle GEAR: South Africa’s post–apartheid foreign relations.
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Document Type: Review Article

Affiliations: University of the Western Cape, South Africa and University of Pretoria, South Africa.

Publication date: 01 July 2002

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