In This Review

South Africa in Southern Africa
South Africa in Southern Africa
Edited by Thomas M. Callaghy
Praeger, 1983, 420 pp

While the fundamentals of the South African situation remain largely unchanged, its outward lineaments are shifting swiftly. The most telling harbinger here of a significant alteration in the atmosphere is an unusually forthright analysis by C. Tsehloane Keto of the "Lebanonization" of the black opposition to apartheid on the basis of regional mood and the competition for power as well as ideological factors.