The Roots of United States Foreign Policy Toward Apartheid South Africa, 1969-1985 - Distinguished Dissertations 136 (Hardback)Kema Irogbe (author)
Hardback 336 Pages / Published: 01/01/1997
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Examining the relationship between owners of the United States multinational corporations of South Africa and the United States government, this study covers the period 1969-1985. The aims of the text are threefold: to demonstrate how the United States foreign policy from Nixon to Reagan changed in basic strategy without a fundamental change in its mission, in terms of its support of the apartheid regime; to throw more light on the US government's economic, political and military-strategic interest in South Africa and its symbiotic relations with the apartheid regime; and lastly to contribute to the existing knowledge of the US involvement in class interest of American foreign policy during the administrations of Presidents Nixon, Ford, Carter and Reagan.
Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 336
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