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A case study of South Africa’s hosting of the 2010 FIFA Football World Cup
Suzanne Dowse

points notwithstanding, both policy officers and regional representatives based in South Africa perceived the African emphasis as supportive of regional relations because it was a highly visible demonstration of commitment to regional policy pledges, offered relation-building opportunities and broadened the range of competencies associated with the country’s political elite. However, these observations were once again positioned as part of a wider process of regional r­ elation-building activity from which the event could not be isolated. This reinforces the broader

in Sport and diplomacy
Cameron Ross

energy, transport and communications (Tatarstan, North Osetiya, Kabardino-Balkariya).59 In other cases constitutional powers exclusively reserved for the Russian federation government were transferred to the sole jurisdiction of federal subjects; international relations (Tatarstan); national banks (Tatarstan, Bashkortostan); republican citizenship (Tatarstan,60 KabardinoBalkariya, Bashkortostan61); the right to appoint or approve nominations for regional representatives of federal agencies, police, procuracy, judges, treasury, tax and others (Bashkortostan, Tatarstan

in Federalism and democratisation in Russia
Heike Wieters

Oxfam staffers Elisabeth Stamp and Jennifer Booth reported back that the dairy plant in question was still a “white elephant” – meaning a well-meant but useless industrial project financed by Western donors and planted in economic and social surrounding in which it did not fit – they were optimistic that Oxfam and CARE would be able to change things for the better. 191 Oxfam regional representative James Howard

in The NGO CARE and food aid From America, 1945–80