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International Politics in Southern Africa

International Politics in Southern Africa

Edited by Gwendolen M. Carter and Patrick O'Meara

Indiana University Press, 1982, 270 pp.

Looking at South Africa in the context of its neighbors, this useful collection breaks down the interests and activities of outside powers in the region as a whole. Interesting new material emerges in Richard Horovitz's essay on donor agencies and Christopher Hill's analysis of European involvement, while Robert Price and Kenneth Grundy contribute sophisticated surveys of more familiar territory-the tension between regional and global approaches in U.S. policy, and South Africa's links with majority-ruled states of the region.