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Changing Realities in Southern Africa: Implications for American Policy
Changing Realities in Southern Africa: Implications for American Policy
Edited by Michael Clough
University of California Institute of International Studies, 1982, 318 pp.

Admirable for the swift publication of timely materials (current through June 1982), this collection depicts a southern Africa in transition as its states (and even, potentially, Namibia) try to sort out the problems they face in their relationship with South Africa over the long haul. Particularly interesting are essays on the history of the Namibia negotiations by Michael Clough, on the Southern Africa Development Coordination Conference (SADCC) by Clough and John Ravenhill, and on U.S. assistance policy by Raymond Casson.