Brief 1 by Prof Christian Bueger (Cardiff University) and viting Research Fellow to SIGLA. (Maritime impact of the civil war in Yemen) - March 2018Brief 2 by Prof Hussein Solomon (Free State University) and Research Fellow to SIGLA. (Terrorism and counter-terrorism in Africa) - March 2018Brief 3 by Prof Thomas Mandrup (Extraordinary Professor, SIGLA). (AU and the African Standby Force) - April 2018Brief 4 by Dr Flip Jacobs (Extraordinary Lecturer, Faculty of Military Science). (Counter terrorism legislation) - May 2018Brief 5 by Mr Eeben Barlow (Chairman STEPP International). (Private security contractors in Africa) - May 2018Brief 6 by Mr Johan Burger (Director NTU-SBF Center for African Studies, Singapore). (Political leadership in Tanzania) - June 2018Brief 7 by Dr Frank van Rooyen (SIGLA Research Fellow) (Africa's maritime security governance) - June 2018Brief 8 by Prof Theo Neethling (UFS) (Drivers for Chinese participation in Peace Missions in Africa) - July 2018Brief 9 by Dr Michelle Nel (Faculty of Military Science & Researcher @ SIGLA) (African Courts & Human Rights) - July 2018 Radio Interview The Conversation
- SIGLA offers a series of one to two-pager Research Briefs on leadership, maritime and landward security governance and cyber security.
- Scheduled to publish at least one brief every month.
- If found to be of mutual interest, some of the briefs will appear in The Conversation as well.
Brief 10 by Benjamin Mokoena (Faculty of Military Science) (Terrorism and extremism in Africa) - Aug 2018
Brief 11 by Craig Bailie, (Faculty of Military Science) (Civil-Military Relations) - Sept 2018
Brief 12 by Martin Rupiya (UNISA) (Transition in Zimbabwe) - Sept 2018
Brief 13 by Musambayi Katumanga (Nairobi University) (Stabilization & integration in East Africa) - Oct 2018
Brief 14 by Andreas Velthuizen (UNISA) (African Rennaissance) - Oct 2018
Brief 15 by Glen Segell (University of Haifa) (Maritime security) - Nov 2018
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Brief 12 - Sept 2018 : Prof Martin Rupiya UNISA Brief 13 - Oct 2018 - Prof Musambayi Katumanga Nairobi UniversityBrief 14 - Oct 2018 - Prof Andres Velthuizen UNISA