American Attitudes Toward Decolonization in Africa
Steven Metz argues that United States support for decolonization in Africa actually began in 1958, rather than in 1961 as is commonly assumed. This change was part of a larger alteration of the American view of the world that took place during this time.
Apartheid: The United Nations and Peaceful Change in South Africa, Özdemir A. Özgür Reviewed by Steven Metz
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