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Südafrikas Außenpolitik: Ein kritischer Blick hinter den Regenbogen

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Seit Ende der Apartheid und der Öffnung Südafrikas sind über 20 Jahre vergangen. In dieser Zeit musste der einst international geächtete Paria seinen Platz in der Welt neu bestimmen und seine Außenpolitik als Regenbogennation neu erfinden. Unter Mandelas Präsidentschaft war Südafrikas Außenpolitik geprägt durch den Anspruch, als kooperativer Partner in der Region und auf internationaler Ebene wahrgenommen zu werden, der sich – geläutert durch die negativen Apartheid-Erfahrungen – dem Frieden und Wohlstand in Afrika, wie auch der Wahrung von Demokratie und Menschenrechten verpflichtet sieht. Auch Präsident Mbeki gründete seine außenpolitischen Ziele auf diese Pfeiler, setze aber schärfere Konturen mit dem Konzept einer African Renaissance und der Fokussierung auf Afrikas wirtschaftliche und soziale Entwicklung. Zu diesen Entwicklungen der letzten 20 Jahre entstanden in Südafrika viele politische, gesellschaftliche und wissenschaftliche Debatten und Publikationen, wie u.a. Masters et al. (2015) und Le Pere (2014) zeigen.

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