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Africa Watch Another AU summit leaves Africa badly divided
While massive shifts in the global strategic balance of power are taking place, the African continent looks more divided than ever after the African Union (AU) has just completed
02 Feb 2017 - G. C.
Democracy Watch Democracy beaten in Gambia
The popular view that democracy was restored in Gambia after former President Yahya Jammeh was forced to go into exile is not true, and actually represents a setback for democracy
28 Jan 2017 - G. C.
Human Rights Watch Globally, basic human rights are under serious threat
The global human rights system and its key institutions, like the International Criminal Court (ICC), are under serious threat from developments across the full spectrum of
18 Jan 2017 - P. C.
Africa Watch SA not alone in seeking solutions to lingering land issues
Land and its ownership is a challenge not only in South Africa but also for other countries on the continent, among them Namibia and Kenya. Last week EFF leader Julius Malema
26 Nov 2016 - G. C.
Africa Watch South Africa, the ICC and the future
South Africa’s decision to leave the ICC could cost the country international esteem but prove to be beneficial to the ICC. Time will tell if South Africa will once again be
04 Nov 2016 - G. C.
Africa Watch Dumping the ICC makes SA complicit in global human rights abuses
In an extraordinary but not unexpected move, the South African government (SAG) decided to withdraw from the International Criminal Court  (ICC). A decision with far-reaching
28 Oct 2016 - G. C.
Africa Watch Africa’s spy chiefs take aim at the ICC
At a recent meeting in Rwanda the continent’s spy chiefs joined the crusade to rid Africa of the International Criminal Court (ICC) they perceive as biased. The Committee of
20 Aug 2016 - G. C.
Africa Watch
A court in Senegal convicted a former African head of state to life imprisonment for his transgressions. It is a first for Africa.   Expectations are high that a new era
03 Jun 2016 - G. C.
Global Watch Why it’s time for South Africa’s foreign policy to be driven by ideas (again)
Understanding South Africa’s foreign policy has proved elusive these past 20-odd years. The brilliant South African cartoonist Jonathan Shapiro (Zapiro) once drew a
13 Nov 2015
Africa Watch Africa and the ICC could head-butt again on Eritrea
While the jury is still out regarding the Bashir debacle, President Afewerki in neighbouring Eritrea could soon find himself in a similar situation, causing more trouble for the
21 Oct 2015 - G. C.

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