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Title:Zambia: Class Formation and Detente
Author:Eriksen, Karen
Year:1977
Periodical:Review of African Political Economy
Volume:4
Issue:9
Period:May-August
Pages:4-26
Language:English
Geographic terms:Southern Africa
Zambia
Subjects:national liberation movements
bourgeoisie
Peoples of Africa (Ethnic Groups)
Ethnic and Race Relations
Politics and Government
Economics and Trade
nationalism
External link:https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03056247808703322
Abstract:Zambia's stance on the liberation of southern Africa has seemed to vacillate in the last few years. In fact there have always been contradictory elements in her policy - shooting of refugees and liberation movements, imposing sanctions on the one hand, but a readiness to parley with the white regimes, a commitment to 'peaceful' change, on the other. These contradictions have deepened and Zambia has become more prone to compromise and to deliver movements up to the negotiating table as a result of the country's perilous economic crisis and, of more permanent importance, the emergence of a more powerful local bourgeoisie. Bibliogr. note.
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