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Southern Africa and the Soviet Union: From Communist International to Commonwealth of Independent States (Southern Africa Studies) by Keith Somerville

This title describes the African and Soviet motivations, objectives and strategies, the Southern African geopolitical environment and the development of Soviet theoretical approaches to the region - all taken from an African perspective. It is a survey of the relations of Southern African states and movements with the USSR over the whole period of the Soviet Union's existence. Three case studies give detailed accounts of the development, regional context and consequences, and bilateral factors involved in relations between Angola, Zimbabwe, South Africa and the Soviet Union. The book brings bilateral and regional relations with the USSR up to date, and looks to the future Russian role in the region. Keith Somerville is the author of "Angola, Politics, Economics and Society" and "Foreign Military Intervention in Africa", and co-author of "Benin, Congo and Burkina Faso".
Southern Africa and the Soviet Union: From Communist International to Commonwealth of Independent States (Southern Africa Studies)
Author:
by Keith Somerville
Title:
Southern Africa and the Soviet Union: From Communist International to Commonwealth of Independent States (Southern Africa Studies)
ISBN:
0333573935
ISBN13:
978-0333573938
Publisher:
Macmillan Education (November 12, 1993)
Language:
English
Category:
Politics & Government
Size ePub version:
1680 kb
Size PDF version:
1248 kb
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5.0
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262
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