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Research Report

CHILE AND THE PACIFIC:: OPPORTUNITIES FOR AFRICA

Lesley Masters
Lyndsey Duff
Copyright Date: Aug. 1, 2012
Pages: 31
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https://www.jstor.org/stable/resrep07745

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  1. (pp. [ii]-[iv])
  2. (pp. [v]-[vi])
  3. (pp. 5-6)

    On the 5th of July 2012 the Institute for Global Dialogue (IGD), in collaboration with the UNISA College of Human Sciences (CHS), hosted Ambassador Fernando Schmidt, Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Chile. This formed part of the Institute’s Diplomacy Dialogue Series, aimed at providing a platform for engaging with the diplomatic corps, academia and civil society, offering the opportunity to share ideas and further discussions in issues of foreign policy and diplomacy. The lecture formed part of the Under Secretary’s visit to South Africa to co-chair the South Africa-Chile Joint Consultative Mechanism (JCM) meeting with Deputy...

  4. (pp. 7-16)

    I wish to thank the students and professors of the Institute for Global Dialogue of the University of South Africa for allowing me this opportunity to engage with you.

    I convey warm greetings to the people of this country with which our political and economic links are steadily increasing, a nation that, like mine, has very strong traditions; a country on the edge of a continent which, thanks to globalisation, is brought closer to the world in terms of communications, economy, and mutually beneficial exchanges. In short, a country made up of many hills and valleys reminiscent of the landscape...

  5. (pp. 17-18)
  6. (pp. 19-20)
  7. (pp. 21-22)
  8. (pp. 23-23)

    The IGD is an independent foreign policy and international diplomacy think tank dedicated to the analysis of and dialogue on the evolving international political and economic environment, and the role of Africa and South Africa. It advances a balanced, relevant and policy-oriented analysis, debate and documentation of South Africa’s role in international relations and diplomacy.

    The IGD was initially established in 1995 as the Foundation for Global Dialogue after several years of effort led by the former South African president, Nelson Mandela, in his capacity as the president of the African National Congress. He and his team of leaders saw...

  9. (pp. 24-25)