|Foreign Affairs - Fifth Report|
Here you can browse the report together with the Proceedings of the Committee. The published report was ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 27 April 2004.
Terms of Reference
Conclusions and recommendations
Background: challenges facing South Africa
UK-South African relations
'Broad and deep'
'Periods of turbulence'
War in Iraq
Changes in development assistance priorities
South Africa's role in its region
Peace-making and peace-keeping
United Kingdom support
Southern African Development Community
South Africa and Zimbabwe
United Kingdom policy towards Zimbabwe
South African policy towards Zimbabwe
Reasons underlying South Africa's policy
Signs of change
The way forward?
South Africa's international role
South Africa and the New Partnership for
African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM)
Response of the United Kingdom and the G8
What difference will NePAD make?
Value of NePAD
Importance of the APRM
Response of the G8
South Africa and the war against terrorism
Work of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office
in South Africa
Visa entry clearance
Trade and investment (UKTI)
BBC World Service
Conclusion: a special relationship?
MINUTES OF EVIDENCE
Tuesday 9 December 2003
Tuesday 27 January 2004
Tuesday 2 March 2004
List of written evidence
Reports and Evidence from the Foreign Affairs Committee since 2001