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Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969-1976: Volume XXVII: Southern Africa
Myra Burton (au)
This vol. contains four chapters, each documenting a segment of U.S. policy toward Southern Africa during the presidencies of Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. The documentation reveals that both presidents pursued policies designed to maintain stability in the region and to avoid domestic and international criticism of U.S. ties to the white minority regimes in South Africa and Southern Rhodesia. The chapter on Regional Issues covers South Africa, which both administrations viewed as a bulwark against Communist expansion in the region. The chapter on Portuguese Africa reflects the evolution of U.S. involvement in Angola and Mozambique. The chapter on Angola chronicles the continuation of U.S. support to anti-Communist forces after the Portuguese departed in November 1975. The chapter on independence negotiations chronicles Kissingeräó»s effort to broker a negotiated settlement to the conflicts in Namibia and Southern Rhodesia. This is a print on demand report.
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