David Monyae

David Monyae
University of Johannesburg | uj · confucius institute

Doctor of Philosophy

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This chapter will unpack the significance of India and China within the BRICS and then delve into the history of the relationship between these two major countries prior to giving an account of some of the ongoing issues and potential flashpoints in the relationship—including boundary disputes, the ongoing tightening of alliances with one another’s...
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This chapter addresses the rise of the global South institutions, particularly the New Development Bank and FOCAC, and the global conditions that justify their emergence to join extant development institutions such the World Bank and the IMF. Where does the new wave of foreign and political policy objectives leave developing nations, and African st...
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This chapter takes stock of the themes highlighted in the preceding chapters in their totality, while also highlighting emerging areas for further research. Particularly highlighted are research niches around BRICS and climate change, security cooperation, and international human rights norms and transnational justice—all germane topics for conside...
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The BRICS is composed of countries which, although strategic in their respective regions, differ in power and influence owing to economic size, military capability, skills and level of poverty. The book teases out the nexus between knowledge, politics, technology and economic activity. The contributors explore the emergence and evolution of the BRI...
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This chapter identifies and examines the synergy between culture and education in South Africa–China relations as key foreign policy strategy to achieve both African Union’s Agenda 2063 and China-led Belt Road Initiative. Particularly assessed is China’s education and training aid to Africa, and South Africa in particular. To explore if there are a...
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This book examines the direction of the BRICS association. Beginning with historical analyses of the broader Global South and the fundamental composition of the BRICS countries and then moving on to present trends, The BRICS Order evaluates the variables that will influence the association’s future. While the BRICS as a forum emerged as a result of...
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The relations of US, Russia, China and the African continent have evolved since the end of the Second World War (WWII). While the US, Russia and China were not colonial powers in Africa, their interactions between and among themselves had little to do with Africa emerging from the bondage of colonialism. With the rise of the Cold War, Africa b...
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An examination of South Africa's different foreign policy role conceptions under the administrations of Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki, highlighting the respective governments’ strategies in carving a niche for the country in global relations.

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