Ronald Chipaike

Ronald ChipaikeQualifications

  • BSc Hons Political Science (UZ), MSc in International Relations (UZ)

Peace and Governance
Phone: +263 773244767
Email: chipaiker84@gmail.com

Research Interests

Africa’s engagement with emerging powers

Research Publications

  1. Chipaike Ronald. (2012). The Libya crisis: The militarisation of the New Scramble and More. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (IJHSS). Vol 2 ( 8), page 43-48.
  2. Chipaike Ronald. (2012). Zimbabwe’s economic empowerment initiatives: A critical review. In Maruta S (ed) Sustainable peace and development at community level: beneficiaries are actors too (117-137), Harare: Southern Institute of Peace-building and Development
  3. Makwerere David and Chipaike Ronald. (2012). China and United States of America in Africa: A New Scramble or A New Cold War? International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (IJHSS). Vol 2 (17), pp 311-319
  4. Dodo Obediah, Chipaike Ronald, Ngwerume Emmaculate and Chigondo Etiya. (2012). Four Years into Zimbabwe’s Government of National Unity: Assessing the challenges and successes from the Civil Society’s perspective. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, Vol 9 (3), pp 202-215
  5. Chipaike Ronald. (2013).The Zimbabwe Government of National Unity as a Conflict Transformation mechanism: A critical review. Southern Peace Review Journal of the Southern Institute of Peace Building and Development (SIPD), Vol 2(1), pp 17-35,
  6. Chipaike Ronald and Mhandara Lawrence (2013). Evading Punishment: An analysis of China-Zimbabwe relations in an age of sanctions. In Mulugeta GB and Liu H (eds), China-Africa Relations: Governance, Peace and Security (pp 146-165).
  7. Addis Ababa: Institute of African Studies (Zhezhiang Normal University) and Institute for Peace and Security studies (Addis Ababa University).
  8. Mhandara Lawrence and Chipaike Ronald (2013) .Chinese Investment in Africa: Opportunities and Challenges for Peace and Security in Zimbabwe. In Mulugeta GB and Liu H (eds), China-Africa Relations: Governance, Peace and Security (pp 211-226).
  9. Addis Ababa: Institute of African Studies (Zhezhiang Normal University) and Institute for Peace and Security studies (Addis Ababa University).

Conference paper(s)

  • Zimbabwe’s economic empowerment initiatives: A critical review. Paper presented at the International Symposium on Community-driven-Peace Building and Development, Harare, Zimbabwe, 20-21 October 2011.
  • Evading punishment: An analysis of China-Zimbabwe relations in an age of sanctions. Paper presented at the China Africa Think Tanks Forum held in Bishoftu town, Ethiopia, 12-13 October 2012
  • An analysis of the impact of China-Africa relations on human security: the case of Zimbabwe (2000-2012). Paper presented at the China-Africa symposium, Harare 22-24 October 2013.
  • Human insecurity in Africa and the lure of the European paradise: analysing the African Union’s response to the “illegal” migration problem. Paper presented at the International-Africa Peace and Security Education Conference, Bindura, Zimbabwe, 2-3 July 2015.
  • The Case for Afro-Centred International Relations Theory in the African University. Paper presented at the UNISA-UZ Second Political Science Colloquium, Harare, Zimbabwe, 28 August 2015.
  • Shortcomings of state based agency in Zimbabwe’s development assistance relations with China. Paper presented at the Yale Africa-China Conference in Lagos Nigeria, 15-18 March 2016.”