This paper by Arnold Wehmhoerner looks at the development of South African foreign policy since the end of apartheid. It deals with the divergent approaches taken by Mandela, Mbeki and Zuma and the changing circumstances in which the country finds itself as an economic powerhouse, member of the G20, BRICS and its behaviour at the UN Security Council. Wehmhoerner also looks at the tendency for oppressive incumbent governments to favour power sharing arrangements when put under pressure and the role of the AU, NATO and other actors in dealing with the crisis in Libya.
Irish mental health services ‘too hospital-centric’
by Irish Examiner 23/03/2023
Irish Examiner article on FEPS and TASC policy study "Is an EU-wide approach to the Mental Health Crisis necessary?"
Ireland lacks key mental health services, report finds
by RTÉ 23/03/2023
RTÉ article on FEPS and TASC policy study "Is an EU-wide approach to the Mental Health Crisis necessary?"
‘No one is unemployable’: the French social experiment
by EUobserver 21/03/2023
EUobserver article on unemployment in the EU with a mention to FEPS' policy brief 'A Job Guarantee for Europe.'
Irak – 20 év után
by Mérce 20/03/2023
'Iraq - after 20 years' Mérce (HU) article by FEPS Secretary General, László Andor.
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