The new rules are an improvement, but proper implementation is vital, writes Murray Hunter and Cherese Thakur.
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President Donald Trump said Friday he would support Secretary of State Mike Pompeo if he quit to run for Senate, as the top US diplomat becomes increasingly embroiled in the impeachment drama.
When South Africa reintegrated into international affairs, our foreign policy was conceptualised under Nelson Mandela's leadership. We live by the maxim that we "are at peace with the world and ourselves", writes Ndivhuwo Mabaya.
In our foreign policy, we have to balance our interests. There is nothing wrong with rethinking our relationships with countries that were on our side in the fight against apartheid, writes Phumlani Majozi.
Something is very wrong. It is perplexing and disturbing, and it seems to make no sense. Pretty much like South Africa’s foreign policy in general, writes Howard Feldman.
As President Donald Trump prepares for a summit with one of the world's most brutal dictators, this is how one senior White House official described the Trump Doctrine.
If South Africa is to cushion the blow of the collapse of Asian markets as a result of China’s economic slump, local investors must diversify without abandoning traditional markets in the US and UK, whose economies are among the few that are growing strongly, according to economists.
In today's news headlines: the Economist slams the ANC for siding with "nasty regimes", the ANCYL congress to get underway and DRC experiences measles outbreak.
The Institute for Race Relations has described as ‘damaging’ the ANC's attack on the USA in a document it released ahead of its forthcoming National General Council meeting.
The US, Europe and China must come first when it comes to the pursuit of alliances around the globe. Other regions such as Africa, Russia and Latin America can come second for now, writes Phumlani Majozi.
South Africa enjoys special respect for its political achievements. But it also carries an added burden in upholding democratic values locally and globally.
It seems President Ramaphosa's administration will continue on policies that, for the most part, failed to condemn human rights abuses across the globe during the Mbeki and Zuma eras, writes Phumlani Majozi.
The remarks by MMC Mpho Phalatse at an event in which she spoke on behalf of the government of the City of Johannesburg could be a symptom of chaos in our foreign policy making, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
The reach and power of US sanctions are hemming in the world’s largest commodity trader.
Deputy minister Obed Bapela says the ANC opposes the imperialist agenda of the US and therefore pledges solidarity with progressive countries of the world.
The Economist magazine says the ANC is turning its back on human rights and freedom by siding with some of the world's ''nastier'' regimes.
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