Russia's African Ambitions

Szulc, Tad
May 1978
New Republic;5/6/78, Vol. 178 Issue 18, p14
Focuses on the concern of the U.S. over the Soviet Union political strategies towards Africa. Information on the U.S. foreign relation with the Soviet Union; Report that the Soviet miscalculation would be a decision to intervene military, along Cuba, in the Rhodesian crisis; Support of the Soviets and Cubans to African causes like the anti-imperialist fraction in Angola; Opinion of the Russians on Carter's foreign policy; Comment that U.S. President Jimmy Carter's decision on producing the neutron bomb would depend on Soviet cooperation in Strategic Arms Limitation Talks; Tribulations of Carter over the Panama Canal treaties.


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