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Research Briefs

  1. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​SIGLA plans a series of one-pager Research Briefs on leadership, maritime and landward security governance and cyber security to commence by end of March 2018.
  2. Scheduled to publish one brief every two months.
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  4. Some of the briefs will appear in The Conversation​ as well if found to be of mutual interest.
  5.  Brief 1 by Prof Christian Bueger (Cardiff Universi​ty) and viting Research Fellow to SIGLA. (Maritime impact of the civil war in Yemen) - ​March 2018
  6. Brief 2 by Prof Hussei​n Solomon (Free State University) and Research Fellow to SIGLA. (Terrorism and counter-terrorism in Africa) - March 2018
  7. Brief 3 by Prof Thomas M​andrup (Extraordinary Professor, SIGLA). (AU and the African Standby Force) - April 2018
  8. Brief 4 by Dr Flip Jacobs (Extraordinary Lecturer, Faculty of Military Science). (Counter terrorism legislation) - May 2018
  9. Brief 5 by Mr Eeben Barlow (Chairman STEPP International). (Private security contractors in Africa) - May 2018​
  10. ​Brief 6 by Mr Johan Burger (Director NTU-SBF Center for African Studies, Singapore). (Political leadership in Tanzania) -  June 2018
  11. Brief 7 by Dr Frank van Rooyen (SIGLA Research Fellow) (Africa's maritime security governance) - June 2018
  12. Brie​f 8 by Prof Theo Neethling (UFS) (Drivers for Chinese participation in Peace Missions in Africa) - July 2018
  13. Forthcoming Brie​f 9  by Dr Michelle Nel (Faculty of Military Science & Researcher @  SIGLA) (African Courts & Human Rights) - July 2018​
Research Briefs [Click on institution to open]
Brief 1 - March 2018 : Prof C. Bueger, Cardiff University
Brief 2 - March 2018 : Prof H. Solomon, Free State University​​
Brie​f 3​ - April 2018 : Prof T. Mandrup, SIGLA
Brief 4 - May 2018 : Dr P.C. Jacobs, SIGLA​​
Brief 5 - May 2018 : Mr E. Barlow, STEPP International
Brief 6 - June 2018 : Mr J. Burger, NTU-SBF Centre for African Studies, Singapore
Brief 7 - June 2018: Dr F. van Rooyen, Research Fellow SIGLA
Brief 8 - July 2018: Prof T.G. Neethling ​
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