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Research on the politics of AIDS

To coincide with the International AIDS conference, which is ongoing in Washington, D.C. right now, Dennis Altman and Kent Buse organized and edited a special journal issue entitled, “Thinking Politically About HIV.” Most of the papers were discussed in some form during a workshop I attended in Bangkok last year. My own chapter examines the … Continue reading

DA party’s provocative campaign to break down race boundaries in South Africa

Check out Baas DeBeer’s post on the Democratic Alternative youth league’s campaign promoting the idea of breaking down race and other boundaries: So, the DA made a poster…. From a marketing perspective, I think it was a risky move, but most memorable campaigns are. It has created a buzz, prompted conversation regarding not only the campaign … Continue reading

Veteran journalist Allister Sparks writes of watershed election

BusinessDay – At home and abroad: Watershed election to reflect SA’s shifting political sands. Penetrating commentary about shifting constituencies in the South African polity.