South African foreign policy

 
SA isn't kowtowing on foreign policy, insists Zuma
SA isn't kowtowing on foreign policy, insists Zuma
No country, lobbying group or individual dictates how South Africa foreign policy, President Jacob Zuma said in Pretoria on Thursday.
SA defends 'ambivalent' stance on Syria
SA defends 'ambivalent' stance on Syria
Lindiwe Zulu, President Jacob Zuma's special adviser on foreign relations, has defended South Africa's decision to abstain on a United Nations...
China's big economic stick: No Dalai Lama allowed
China's big economic stick: No Dalai Lama allowed
The Chinese government is increasingly using economic pressure to bully foreign governments into not meeting the Tibetan spiritual leader, the...
SA's stance on Libya furthers rogue trend
SA's stance on Libya furthers rogue trend
The European Union diplomat was puzzled. "I can understand," he said, "why South Africa would be against the Iraq war or why it would resist...
SA joins Brics club to punch above its weight
SA joins Brics club to punch above its weight
President Jacob Zuma on Thursday joins a club of the world's most important developing nations at a summit in China, in the latest effort to assert...
Beyond the Mbeki doctrine
Beyond the Mbeki doctrine
It is more than two years since he was booted out of the Union Buildings, but Thabo Mbeki still seems to be setting the agenda on some crucial...

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