La Guinée sans la France

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La Guinée sans la France

By Sylvaine Soriba Camara
Presses de la Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 1976
298 pp.

A Guinean political scientist traces the course of his country's conflict with France (and with the metropole's main West African clients, the Ivory Coast and Senegal) from the rupture in 1958 through the early 1970s; at first French intransigence, and later the exigencies of Sekou Touré's internal development strategies, have kept the fires flaring.

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