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by Arina Muresan & Francis Kornegay

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by Arina Muresan & Francis Kornegay

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This contribution to the edited volume on ‘Values, Interests and Power: South Africa’s foreign policy in uncertain times’, by Professor Daniel D Bradlow and Elizabeth Sidiropoulos, focuses on the dynamics of the party-state relationship as a limit to consistency in South Africa’s foreign policy making. Over the years foreign policy inconsistency has been cited as a common factor where South Africa could not leverage opportunities. Therefore, strategic coherence in South African foreign policy is in national interest where this realisation would mean greater emphasis on professionalisation of the civil service and rethinking advisory bodies.

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