Is South Africa's foreign policy contradictory or a balancing act?
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South Africa's foreign policy has been perceived as contradictory and inconsistent, with the country seemingly taking conflicting stances on global issues. From conducting joint naval drills with Russia and China to accusing Israel of genocide in Gaza, South Africa's actions have confounded many observers. However, analysts propose that this seemingly contradictory approach might actually be part of a strategic balancing act. They suggest that South Africa is trying to navigate delicate diplomatic situations while maintaining its commitment to the rule of law and engaging with various global powers.
Critics of Ramaphosa's government say all of this is proof of Pretoria's inconsistent foreign policy, arguing that it is quick to scrutinise the human rights records of some countries but appears to turn a blind eye to that of others.
Read at www.aljazeera.com
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