Africa, the American Intelligentsia, and the Shadow of Vietnam
Martin Staniland examines the effects of the Vietnam War upon American attitudes toward crises in Africa. He argues that Vietnam created a belief in the inevitability of guerrilla victories everywhere and that there is a need to be more sensitive to the impact of analogies on debate about foreign policy.
African Security Issues: Sovereignty, Stability, and Solidarity, Bruce E. Arlinghaus, ed. Reviewed by Martin Staniland
Ideology and Development in Africa, Crawford Young Reviewed by Martin Staniland
The Political Economy of Income Distribution in Nigeria, Henry Bienen and V. P. Diejomaoh Reviewed by Martin Staniland
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