United States Policy toward Southern Africa: Economic and Strategic Constraints
William J. Foltz looks at United States policy toward southern Africa and finds that it is not constrained by compelling economic and strategic interests, despite their invocation by radicals and conservatives alike. Rather, American policy has reflected political and ideological concerns often ill suited to the African context and to long-range American interests.
Malan to De Klerk: Leadership in the Apartheid State, Robert Schrire Reviewed by William J. Foltz
Lessons of Struggle: South African Internal Opposition, 1960-1990, Anthony W. Marx Reviewed by William J. Foltz
Suffer the Future: Policy Choices in Southern Africa, Robert I. Rotberg Reviewed by William J. Foltz
Black Power in South Africa: The Evolution of an Ideology, Gail M. Gerhart Reviewed by William J. Foltz
Sanctions: The Case of Rhodesia, Harry R. Strack Reviewed by William J. Foltzmore by this author
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