In This Review

Zambia's Foreign Policy: Studies in Diplomacy and Dependence
Zambia's Foreign Policy: Studies in Diplomacy and Dependence
By Douglas G. Anglin and Timothy M. Shaw
Westview Press, 1979, 453 pp.

While the authors, both Canadian academics, correctly deny that their book is comprehensive, it is among the best studies yet of a black African state's foreign policy behavior. Most of the chapters have appeared as articles but all have been jointly reworked and improved; one of the new chapters, "Zambia and the Angolan Civil War," makes a major contribution to our understanding of that unhappy international episode.