Janis  Van Der Westhuizen
Janis Van Der Westhuizen
Dept. of Political Science, University of Stellenbosch
Verified email at
Cited by
Cited by
The allure of global games for'semi-peripheral'polities and spaces: a research agenda
D Black, J Van Der Westhuizen
Third world quarterly 25 (7), 1195-1214, 2004
South Africa's emergence as a middle power
J Van der Westhuizen
Third World Quarterly 19 (3), 435-456, 1998
Glitz, glamour and the Gautrain: Mega-projects as political symbols
J Van Der Westhuizen
Politikon 34 (3), 333-351, 2007
Marketing Malaysia as a model modern Muslim state: the significance of the 16th Commonwealth Games
J Van der Westhuizen
Third World Quarterly 25 (7), 1277-1291, 2004
South Africa's multilateral diplomacy and global change: the limits of reformism
P Nel, I Taylor, J Van der Westhuizen
Ashgate Pub Limited, 2001
Adapting to Globalization: Malaysia, South Africa, and the Challenges of Ethnic Redistribution with Growth
J Van der Westhuizen
Praeger Pub Text, 2002
Class Compromise as Middle Power Activism? Comparing Brazil and South Africa1
J Van der Westhuizen
Government and Opposition 48 (1), 80-100, 2013
Multilateralism in South Africa's foreign policy: The search for a critical rationale
P Nel, I Taylor, J van der Wasthuizen
Global Governance 6, 43, 2000
Popular culture, discourse and divergent identities: reconstructing South Africa as an African state
J Van der Westhuizen
African Identities 6 (1), 45-61, 2008
Reformist initiatives and South Africa’s multilateral diplomacy: A framework for understanding
P Nel, I Taylor, J van der Westhuizen
South Africa’s Multilateral Diplomacy and Global Change–The Limits of …, 2001
Bread or circuses? The 2010 World Cup and South Africa’s quest for marketing power
J Van Der Westhuizen, K Swart
Sport Past and Present in South Africa, 185-197, 2013
Democratizing Foreign Policy?: Lessons from South Africa
V Der Westhuizen
Lexington Books, 2004
Marketing the ‘Rainbow Nation’: The Power of the South African Music, Film and Sport Industry
J Westhuizen
Africa’s challenge to international relations theory, 64-81, 2001
The 2003 Cricket World Cup and its implications for identity formation and democracy in Zimbabwe
J Van Der Merwe, J Van Der Westhuizen
Commonwealth & Comparative Politics 45 (3), 345-366, 2007
Towards a political economy of trade in Africa
TM Shaw, J van der Westhuizen
Trade Politics: International, Domestic, and Regional Perspectives, 243, 1999
South Africa’s soft power conundrum: how to win friends and influence people in Africa
J van der Westhuizen
Journal of Political Power 9 (3), 449-465, 2016
Brazil and South Africa: the ‘odd couple’of the South Atlantic?
J van der Westhuizen
Commonwealth & Comparative Politics 54 (2), 232-251, 2016
Falling on fertile ground? The story of emerging powers' claims for redistribution and the global poverty debate
J Van der Westhuizen
Global Society 26 (3), 331-350, 2012
How (not) to sell big ideas: argument, identity and NEPAD
J Van der Westhuizen
International Journal 58 (3), 369-394, 2003
Development cooperation, the international–domestic nexus and the graduation dilemma: comparing south Africa and Brazil
J Van der Westhuizen, CRS Milani
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 32 (1), 22-42, 2019
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20