Chatham House and the Institute for Security Studies released reports on Zimbabwe this week.
Both reports provide an update on recent developments, and focus on Zimbabwe’s reform agenda and its re-engagement with international actors. The reports signal that the Zimbabwe Government has taken advantage of ‘low hanging fruits’, but limited progress has been made in critical areas.
Whereas the Chatham House report ‘The Domestic and External Implications of Zimbabwe’s Economic Reform and Re-engagement Agenda’ argues against continued isolation from international actors, the ISS report ‘Zimbabwe’s reforms: An exercise in credibility – or pretence?’ calls upon the international community to come up with a more inclusive and clearer engagement framework, as to better evaluate progress on reforms.
Read the full reports through the links below.