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Canada, southern Africa, and the 1990s
|Other titles||Canada, l"Afrique australe et les années 1990|
|Statement||Standing Committee on External Affairs and International Trade, Sub-Committee on Development and Human Rights.|
|Contributions||Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Sub-Committee on Development and Human Rights.|
|LC Classifications||DT1079 .C36 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 33, xiv, 35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||93158802|
Canada supports political and economic reforms in Africa that are based on democracy, strong public sector institutions, the rule of law and human rights. We work with African countries and international organizations, such as the African Union, to strengthen democratic institutions, reduce corruption and promote transparency and accountability. In southern Africa, the primary process underway in these years was decolonisation, and the residual strength of white settler regimes gave anti-colonial struggles a particular intensity. These struggles pre-dated the onset of the Cold War, but the superpower conflict moulded them in new ways, and played a key role in the transition from.
The demise of apartheid, the release of Nelson Mandela, and a new constitution leading to a democratic government elevated South Africa’s status during the s. Mandela’s World describes and analyzes South Africa's international development during this momentous decade in which Nelson Mandela stamped his personality on his nation and on the international stage. That South Africa’s de factocolony of Namibia became independentthrough a relatively peaceful process and emerged as a liberal democracy in March was an essential preliminary to the South African transition that followed. The transition in South Africa can be viewed as the fourth and final wave of African decolonisation.
In , the number of tourists in South Africa amounted to million – a figure that steadily increased over the past five years and is expected to see growth in the future. South Africa had made a peaceful political transition from an apartheid police state to a democratic republic. As the new government is established in the mids, South Africa's leaders face the daunting challenges of meeting the expectations of black .
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Inhe was elected fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, in was granted an honorary doctorate by Victoria University within the University of Toronto, and, ina Lifetime Achievement Award by the Canadian.
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