Changes in South Africa’s Foreign Policy

Jędrzej Czerep
Content Type
Special Report
The Polish Institute of International Affairs
May’s parliamentary elections in South Africa, a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), will change the directions of its foreign policy. The victory by the African National Congress (ANC) was made possible by the popularity of the current president, Cyril Ramaphosa, who will emphasize the international dimension of policy. In his new term, he will focus on regaining the trust of foreign investors, strengthening the country’s pro-Western course, supporting multilateralism, and reform of the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Foreign Policy, Government, International Law, Politics, Elections, Multilateralism
Political Geography
Africa, South Africa