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Title   Time to jettison quiet diplomacy
Author Hughes, Tim and Greg Mills
Edition PDF ed.
Published Johannesburg: Helen Suzman Foundation
Year 2003-03-01
Pages 4
Serial Focus: light on southern African politics; No.28 (Feb. 2003)
Abstract This article argues, given the failure of Mbeki's quiet diplomacy to influence Mugabe and the financial costs for South Africa, the case for South Africa adopting a policy of targeted sanctions against Zimbabwe

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Country South-Africa , Zimbabwe
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