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This chapter uses her model of voting behaviour to explore South Africa’s commitment to defending Africa’s and the Global South’s interests at the UN. The chapter outlines how South Africa had to find its place both within Africa and the Global South. However, South Africa’s foreign policy decisions have not always been popular with the rest of Africa or with other members of the Global South. The chapter finds that for the most part South Africa has used its positions at the UN to advance African and Global South interests. Three areas emerge as discussion points: is South Africa Africa’s destiny?; poverty and underdevelopment lie at the heart of continental conflict; and South Africa projects its national interests as intertwined with those of Africa and the Global South.
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