The Tswalu Dialogue

The annual Tswalu Dialogue meeting series was established in 2002 as a premier African forum to discuss issues of concern to continental development and security. Hosted by Jonathan and Jennifer Oppenheimer at the Tswalu Kalahari Game Reserve in South Africa’s Kalahari Desert, the Tswalu Dialogue has involved active collaboration between a variety of international partners. Attended by a mix of policy-makers, analysts, academia, civil and military personnel, media and businesspeople, the Tswalu Dialogues ceased being an annual event in 2010 and are now held up to three times a year.

In previous years, the themes of the Tswalu Dialogues were:

Tswalu Whitehall Papers on the RUSI website

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