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The University of Johannesburg’s Institute for Pan-African Thought & Conversation and the Sweden-based Nordic Africa Institute convened a hybrid seminar in Pretoria of largely African and European scholars in December to examine the potential influence of eight two-year rotating elected members of the UN Security Council: SA, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Tunisia, Niger, Sweden, Norway and Germany.

A particular focus was Africa’s security architecture, and engaging the often self-interested veto-wielding Permanent Five of the US, China, Russia, France and Britain...

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