Conklin, Paul
February 1961
New Republic;2/20/61, Vol. 144 Issue 8, p16
Presents the views of African physics students at University College in Ibadan, Nigeria on the Anglo-Nigerian Defense Pact in 1961. Inconsistency of the defense treaty with the neutral role every African nation should play; Argument against giving the British government a military base; Comment on the use of Africa as paws by western powers in the Cold War; Opposition to U.S. assistance offered by the administration of President John F. Kennedy.


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