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Title:The international relations of Southern Africa: a review of recent studies
Author:Delancey, Mark W.ISNI
Year:1976
Periodical:Genève-Afrique: acta africana
Volume:15
Issue:2
Pages:82-135
Language:English
Geographic term:Southern Africa
Subject:foreign policy
Abstract:The purpose of this essay is to provide the reader with broad coverage of the multifaceted topic, introducing in depth the most important aspects. The major emphasis is on the international situation rather than on domestic considerations. There is also emphasis on those states where minority or colonial rule continues - Rhodesia/Zimbabwe, South Africa/Azania, and South West Africa/Namibia. Only a very few references to publications on those states where colonial rule has recently ended - Angola and Mozambique - are included. Sections: Introduction - Southern Africa: regional system - Azania/the Republic of South Africa - Foreign policy - Namibia/South West Africa - Zimbabwe/Rhodesia - Southern Africa policies (policies of the African states, sanctions, guerillas and techniques to foster change; policies of the non-African states; strategic considerations) - Concluding remarks. Bibliogr.
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