Making policies work

Faten Aggad-Clerx’s external publications and contributions

EU struggles to balance interests in North Africa
Faten Aggad-Clerx, This is Africa, 11 February 2014

Chinese Investments and Employment Creation in Algeria and Egypt. 
Chris Alden and Faten Aggad-Clerx. African Development Bank Economic Brief, 2012.

Strategies for Effective Policy Advocacy: Demanding Good Governance in Africa
George Katito and Faten Aggad. SAIIA Research Report No 3, June 2009

Les Standards du MAEP: Une Collection Classe. 2007.
Editor: Faten Aggad. Johannesburg: South African Institute of International Affairs.

Foreign Policy and International Relations: Reflections of Diplomats.
Korwa Adar, Faten Aggad & Biong Kuol Deng.Pretoria: Africa Institute of South Africa, Vol 1(1), 2008.

Addressing the African Peer Review Mechanism’s Programmes of Action. 
Faten Aggad. Johannesburg: South African Institute of International Affairs, No. 5, 2008.

Governance, Leadership and the African Peer Review Mechanism: Assessing the Progress so Far.
Faten Aggad. African RenaissanceAdonis and Abbey Publishers, Vol. 5(1), 2008.

Political Reforms in the Arab World: The state of the Egyptian political scene.
Faten Aggad. Pretoria: Africa Institute of South Africa, 2006.

Strengthening South Africa’s Capacity to engage in Regional Integration.
Faten Aggad and Tesha, J. In: Exploring the Strategic Challenges and Opportunities for social and Economic Development in South Africa (Pretoria: UNDP), pp 130-134, 2006.