The Defence Of White Power: South African Foreign Policy Under Pressure

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The Defence Of White Power: South African Foreign Policy Under Pressure

By Robert Scott Jaster
St. Martin's, 1989
204 pp. $39.95
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A noted analyst of the southern African security situation sums up South Africa's political and military relationships with its neighbors and the consequences of those relationships for its interaction with the West. Although the book was completed before the fruition of negotiations on Namibia in 1988, the basic analysis stands and is likely to hold pretty well until the central factor driving the policy-apartheid-itself deteriorates and disappears.

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