Lost in Africa

Crocker, Chester A.
February 1978
New Republic;2/18/78, Vol. 178 Issue 7, p15
Discusses the author's opinion on U.S. President Jimmy Carter administration's handling of its relations with Rhodesia. Black and white conflict in Rhodesia; Anglo-American plan for a Rhodesian settlement; Efforts of American and British diplomats to determine ways to implement the plan; Criticism on the Anglo-American plan as being less like a diplomatic initiative that a moral treatise; Risk of engendering the hostility of Zimbabwean; Transition to black rule in Rhodesia.


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