Conflict and intervention in Africa : Nigeria, Angola, Zaïre

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Conflict and intervention in Africa : Nigeria, Angola, Zaïre

Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe

Macmillan, 1990

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 178-187) and index

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内容説明

An overview of conflict and intervention in the three African states of Nigeria, Angola and Zaire. Topics covered include the self-determination, territorial integrity and the inviolability of post-colonial borders. The influence of countries such as the USA, USSR and Cuba are also examined.

目次

  • Part 1 Conflict and intervention in Africa - an overview: general features of conflict and intervention in Africa (and the Third World). Part 2 Nigeria: Western Europe and the United States
  • Africa - the debates on "Self Determination", "Territorial Integrity", and "Inviobility" of post-colonial borders
  • the Soviet Union. Part 3 Angola: the Western response - the United States and others
  • the Soviet Union, Cuba and China
  • Africa - South Africa and the contigous states. Part 4 Zaire: western evaluations and reactions
  • Cuba, the Soviet Union and conclusions. Part 5 The dynamics of intervention - a comparative study. Part 6 Conclusions: conflict, intervention and the future.

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